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Day 3 – Thursday 29 July
|9am to 10.30 – Plenary|
|Keynote Address: Karen Martin
Who’s growing up whom? Roles, relationships and relatedness within Aboriginal childhood law.
|Grant Sarra Keynote Address – SNAICC conference 2010
Men’s work and men’s business in the historical, cultural, and modern day policy context. This address will talk about embracing our humility, dignity and integrity as men and within society, to change the way we think, feel and behave towards
|11 am to 12.30 pm Sessions 37 to 42|
|37. Discussion circle: Early childhood – discussing the answers to who’s growing up whom?
Roles, relationships and relatedness within Aboriginal childhood law.
|38. Early childhood – literacy and training.
Lifting the sky: capacity building through early language/literacy intervention: the project workers’ perspective. [PDF 4.2 MB]
Moreton Bay Region Libraries, Gundoos Playgroup and representative from Murriajabree ATSI Inc., QLD Certificate III Children’s Services Indigenous Training Development Resource Kit. [PDF 11.4 MB]
Chris Tayler, Charles Darwin University, NT.
|39. Working with Families and Young People – engaging in alternative learning.
Yarrenyty Arltere Learning Centre: a community answer. [PDF 6.2 MB]
Leonie Sheedy and Janella Ebatarinja, Yarrenyty Arltere Learning Centre, Tangentyere Council, NT.Working with young people – integrated learning program.
Terry Hayek and Lou Single, Youth off the Streets, NSW.
|40. Child and family health:Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Early Days: supporting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families raising children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. [PDF 4.1 MB]
Julie Higgins and Sue Beecher SNAICC, Melissa Polimeni, Parenting Research Centre and ATSI co-presenter Jaki French from the SNAICC Early Days project VIC.
|41. Child protection – reconciliation.
Cindy Blackstock, First Nations Child and Family Caring Society of Canada.
Getting into trouble for doing the right thing
|42. Remote work with children.
Kurdu pirrjirdi nyinanjaku manu yungurlu pina jarri – kids to stay strong and learn well.
Barbara Napanangka Martin, Cecily Napanangka Granites, Sharon Nambijimba Anderson, Masie Napaljarri Kitson, FionaNapaljarri Gibson,Marlkirdi Napaljarri Rose, Nancy Napurrurla Oldfield, Warlpiri Education and Training Trust NT.
Strong in My Culture Kids’ Publishing mini workshop.
Jane Harrison SNAICC, VIC.
|1.30 pm to 3pm Closing Plenary|
|Keynote Address – Kerrie Tim
Accepting the inheritance, building the legacy, and passing it on: Leadership and honouring the Ancestors and our future generations.