First Nations Wisdom for Regenerative Futures
Sun Feb 19 2023 at 11:00 am to 01:00 pm
The Capitol | Melbourne, VI
About this Event
Initiatives of Change Australia in partnership with the Sustainable Architecture Forum at the Australian Institute of Architects invite you to a conversation on First Nations Wisdom for Regenerative Futures with indigenous elders from Australia and Canada. Together we will explore deep listening practices that nurture First Peoples' relationship to place and the role of urban learning landscapes that are sacred, inclusive, and regenerative.
Lewis Cardinal, a Woodland Cree First Nations leader from Alberta, Canada is convenor of the Global Indigenous Dialogue. He is visiting with a team of indigenous and non-indigenous Canadians to engage with Australians in our joint quest for justice, recognition and a new understanding of reconciliation. Lewis is project manager for Canada’s first urban Indigenous ceremony grounds. He will draw on the spiritual strength of his community’s elders and their practical experience of the long journey towards justice and healing.
Uncle Shane Charles, a Yorta Yorta, Wurundjeri and Boon Wurrung man is Cultural Integrity Lead at IofCA and co-chair Reconciliation Victoria.
Alana Marsh, Meriam woman, regenerative practitioner and sharer of Wayapa Wuurrk
This event is part of the National Sustainable Living Festival (SLF).
Proceeds of tickets will go to support First Peoples Pathway, an initiative founded with Yorta Yorta Elder in-residence, Uncle Shane Charles.
Where is it happening?The Capitol, 113 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Australia
Event Location & Nearby Stays:
AUD 25.00 to AUD 35.00