Aboriginal Education

Aboriginal Members Conference

Following the advice of relevant health authorities around conferences and events in light of the COVID-19 virus, the Aboriginal Members Conference will not proceed at this time. Please contact Trade Union Training at tut@nswtf.org.au for further information.

The Aboriginal conference is open to all financial Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander members of Federation. There will be keynote speakers, stallholders, workshops and more. Catering is provided throughout both days of the Conference.
Who can attend?
All Financial Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander members of the NSW Teachers Federation can attend. Student members are more than welcome to apply, but are reminded that the Federation cannot cover costs relating to Travel and Accommodation unless they are a paying (financial) member of the Federation.

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University of Sydney - Kinship Module

Aboriginal Australians were multicultural long before European settlers came to Australia. Traditionally, there were more than 500 different Aboriginal Nations across Australia with different languages, social structures and modes of behaviour, but also with many common denominators – specifically religious ties and Kinship systems. 

The Kinship online learning module aims to give you a deeper understanding of the richly complex Kinship system by learning about the components of Moiety, Totem, Skin Names, language and traditional affiliations and individual identity.


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