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Past Events

View a selection of past events and programs delivered by the College in 2019

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Koori

Voices from the inside: The Experience for Aboriginal Women and Children (Webinar)

25 June 2020, 4.30pm-5.30pm
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Aboriginal women are the fastest growing prison population. Join us live via webinar for an in-depth discussion dissecting the drivers and responses to this growth in incarceration of Aboriginal women. 

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uluru

Koori Twilight Series: The Long Road to Recognition with Professor Megan Davis

12 March 2020, 4.30pm-6pm
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In 2017, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders put forward an historic piece of political writing– the Uluru Statement from the Heart. In this twilight, Professor Megan Davis will reflect on the consultation process and provide an update on progress towards the establishment of a Voice to Parliament.

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Koori Twilight Trauma Series: Social and Emotional Wellbeing in Aboriginal Communities

15 October 2019
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Offering an opportunity to further develop a culturally appropriate framework, this twilight will focus on strategies to promote the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People appearing before our courts.

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Koori Twilight Trauma Series: Recognising and Responding to Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

13 August 2019
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This twilight will provide judicial officers with an insight into Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder.

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Bruce Pascoe

Bruce Pascoe on Myth, Culture, History and the Law

26 June 2019
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Our first Law and Literature Twilight for 2019 presents author Bruce Pascoe talking about his award-winning book Dark Emu, Black Seeds: Agriculture or Accident?

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Back to Country

Back to Country: A Journey to Gariwerd

29 March 2019 - 31 March 2019
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Immerse yourself in the country and culture of the Djab Wurrung, Jardwardjarli, Wotjobaluk and Gunditjmara people. On this journey, visit sites of significance, walk in the footsteps of Ancestors, and hear about the rich history of the beautiful and serene Gariwerd (Grampians National Park).