Onemda Yarning - Murmuk Djerring Indigenous Strategy 2023-2027

Presentation on the University’s of Melbourne Indigenous Strategy 2023-2027; Murmuk Djerring by Margot Eden, Kirsten Clark and Karen Davis

The artwork is by Samantha Richards

Murmuk Djerring, the University of Melbourne’s Indigenous Strategy 2023–2027, sets a proactive, innovative and ambitious approach to strengthen the University’s work for and with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Meaning ‘Working Together’ in Woi Wurrung language, Murmuk Djerring reinforces and extends the University of Melbourne’s commitment to Indigenous excellence in higher education and research, self-determination and improved social, economic, and cultural outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Join Margot Eden (Director, Indigenous Strategy), Kirsten Clark (Associate Director, Indigenous Strategy) and Karen Davis (Manager, Cultural Protocols and Project) for a brief introduction to the strategy followed by a Q+A and discussion. Afternoon tea will be provided.

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