Cultural education, immersion and leadership
In partnerships with remote Indigenous communities, Red Dust can facilitate Reconciliation Programs with genuine two-way learning and cultural exchange. Indigenous and non-Indigenous facilitators yarn side-by-side to deliver our cultural awareness, education and immersion programs. This approach provides our facilitators the support they need to share their stories and voices.
We work together with our corporate and community partners to share cultural knowledge in safe environments for a dynamic conversation about country, mob, family and identity.
Introductory cultural awareness
A lunch and learn with Red Dust creates a safe environment for a dynamic conversation about country, mob, family and identity.
It provides a great platform to introduce your employees to our work in remote communities as they begin or continue their cultural awareness journey.
Red Dust Online Learning Modules are self-directed and interactive reconciliation education focused on culture, identity, history, and practical reconciliation action.
National Reconciliation Week
National Reconciliation Week is held every year from 27 May to 3 June. The week urges all Australians to actively learn more about our shared histories, cultures, and achievements and invites the nation to explore the tangible ways in which we can achieve a more just, equitable, and reconciled country for all.
Learn how we can support you during National Reconciliation Week, with our yarns dedicated to the theme each year.
Our cultural education series is designed to improve cross cultural competency, support you to develop a better understanding of Australian and Aboriginal history and to discover your place in that story.
Hear the perspectives of experienced Red Dust Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal facilitators and be encouraged to research, discover and explore through our unique 'shouted history' sessions.
NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities but by Australians from all walks of life. It is a time to celebrate and reflect on the history, culture, and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Learn how we can support you during NAIDOC Week, with our yarns dedicated to the NAIDOC Week theme each year.
Red Dust on-country immersion programs are tailored to your organisational objectives and achieve the desired employee and community impact. Co-design a unique 3-7 days community immersion experience for employees and emerging leaders.
The day continues to prompt a range of emotions and differing perspectives and changing the date is a conversation we must front up to.
What will you do when the conversation starts in your circle? Feel confident in the lead-up to the day by completing our online, 10-minute quiz.
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