A story of two-way learning and healing
Runtime 00:29:51, Released 23/5/20
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Nancy Jeffery is a proud Woolwonga women from the Northern Territory who works for the Healing Foundation as a Portfolio lead in Darwin. Nancy’s role within the healing foundation is to work with community and organisations to co-design what healing looks like for their community and implement strategies that support healing from a bottom up approach. One of the key messages Nancy talks about includes the importance of understanding diversity in Firsts Nations communities. Nancy also provides examples for practitioners of how two-way learning has supported practitioners in their engagements and support to First Nations children and families.
In this episode you will learn:
- The strength and resilience within communities (26:12)
- Practices that support two-way learning and healing (34:38)
- Understanding the ongoing experience of grief and loss faced by Firsts Nations communities
- The diverse experiences of Firsts Nations Peoples, (5.09) and (17:45)