Essential Aboriginal Insights

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This Book offers my learnings over my lifetime with a focus on a universal Aboriginal cultural value of sharing. I want to share this with you. I want to empower the relationships between Aboriginal Communities and those responsible for achieving positive outcomes for Aboriginal people. I want Aboriginal Communities to be understood, respected and supported.

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BY JOLLEEN HICKS – A GUIDE FOR ANYONE INVOLVED IN CLOSING GAPS IN AUSTRALIA

“My hope is that every Australian has a copy of this book so that every Australian is empowered with the minimum learning required to positively impact the spaces of Reconciliation and Closing Gaps. Collectively, we have a responsibility that we are failing to deliver on. We are failing to eliminate racism from our country; dismantle the racist structures, systems, processes, institutions, and discrimination that still here today; and we are failing to preserve Australian Cultures and Heritage. I want this book to be a way to empower Australians with the confidence to walk together respectfully and successfully.”

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Weight 250 g

2 reviews for Essential Aboriginal Insights

  1. Peter Dixon (verified owner)

    Jolleen’s book “Essential Aboriginal Insights” pinpoints the basic, repeated and ongoing flaw in mainstream approaches to engaging with Aboriginal Communities. It then goes on to give a concise and very easy to understand outline of how non-indigenous people can seek to engage with Aboriginal Communities with Respect. An absolute must read for any non-indigenous person wanting to engage positively with Aboriginal Communities. Profound in its simplicity

  2. Bob Neville (verified owner)

    There’s not enought stars to rate the value of this book. For non-indigenous people, whether they work with or engage directly with Aboriginal people and their communities or not – understanding these basics provides the foundation for understanding the value of a culture that provided the most sustainable system of economics on the Planet – one that values the source of all wealth.

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