What does NAIDOC Week mean to you?

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Description

In celebration of NAIDOC week, our two OzAlum guests, Dr Lily Yulianti Farid, a published author and activist, and Butet Manurung, an educator specialising in Indonesia’s Indigenous people and environmental activist, talk about a deeper meaning of sustainability from Indigenous wisdom. 

While Dr Lily’s research project unveils the first connection between Indonesia and Australia in the 1700s, Butet’s educational project explores ancestral heritage on relevant life skills and philosophical values we can learn from the Indigenous people in Indonesia. 

Period9 Jul 2021

Media contributions

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Media contributions

  • TitleWhat does NAIDOC Week Mean to you?
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletOzAlum Podcast
    Media typeOther
    Duration/Length/Size30.15
    CountryIndonesia
    Date9/07/21
    DescriptionIn celebration of NAIDOC week, our two OzAlum guests, Dr Lily Yulianti Farid, a published author and activist, and Butet Manurung, an educator specialising in Indonesia’s Indigenous people and environmental activist, talk about a deeper meaning of sustainability from Indigenous wisdom.

    While Dr Lily’s research project unveils the first connection between Indonesia and Australia in the 1700s, Butet’s educational project explores ancestral heritage on relevant life skills and philosophical values we can learn from the Indigenous people in Indonesia.
    Producer/AuthorDesy Bachir
    URLhttps://podcast.ozalum.com/1695415/8835428-eps-5-what-does-naidoc-week-mean-to-you
    PersonsLily Yulianti

Keywords

  • NAIDOC Week
  • Indigenous culture
  • Indigenous people