2023 Stakeholder Insights event: Screening and Q&A

As part of the EWB Challenge Series, EWB Australia is hosting a screening event where you will see key snippers from the yarning videos with the key project stakeholder: Dawul Wuru Aboriginal Corporation

To support students during the 2023 EWB Challenge Series with Dawul Wuru Aboriginal Corporation, EWB Australia is hosting a screening of yarning sessions that will allow you to learn about the community partner organization (Dawul Wuru Aboriginal Corporation), Yirrganydji Country and culture, and important things to consider in your design.

It will include a guided screening followed by a Q&A with EWB Staff. During the webinar, you’ll have the opportunity to learn from experts in their fields as they share their knowledge and experience on a range of topics. Whether you’re interested in your specific design project, the key considerations, or knowing more about the culture, this event has something for you.

This event will build off the previous resources provided to you in the resource section

Tues 18th April 2023 at 2-3.30pm AEST
Online via Zoom
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Should I prepare for the event?

You don’t have to prepare for the event – however, we’d encourage you to think of some questions you would like to ask the guest speakers or EWB staff about Yirrganydji culture, Dawul Wuru’s work, or relating to your design idea.

Will the event be recorded?

Yes it will be.

I’m a course coordinator or tutor – can I attend the event?

Absolutely! We’d love to have you join in and ask a few questions to stimulate discussion, however, we ask that you leave the majority of the time for students to have the opportunity to interact with guest speakers and EWB Australia staff.

I have feedback about the event I’d like to share, who can I send it to?

We love to hear feedback to improve these types of events for future students and academics – please email it to ewbchallenge@ewb.org.au

Photo taken on the 2021 scoping trip by EWB Australia walking on Country with Dawul Wuru’s Yirrganydji Land and Sea Rangers