Upcoming Workshops and Events 2021

Coming Together/Makarrata. Saturday 10 July, 10.00am -12 Noon.

Coming Together/MaKarrata

Thursday 24 June 2021, 3.30-5.00pm. One World Centre PL with Dr Elaine Lewis. KAADADJINY BOODJA: Embedding the Aboriginal Cross Curriculum Priority Across All Learning Areas (oneworldcentre.o

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Click here for flyer: KAADADJINY BOODJA Workshop

Past Workshops and Events 2021

Thursday 25 March 2021, 3.30-5.00pm. One World Centre with Peg Davies.  Lessen with Peg- Rethink Waste

Thursday 18 March 2021. 3.30-5.00pm. One World Centre PL with Dr Elaine Lewis. Science Understanding in the Primary Years

Sunday 31 January 2021, 10am-12.30pm SEEING KARRGATUP (KINGS PARK) FROM A DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVE 


Past  Events 2020

Thursday 12 November. 12.30pm. NAIDOC WEEK EVENT. Always Was Always Will Be. Conversation with Elaine Lewis about Australia’s First Naturalists.

Thursday 26 November. 3.30-5.00pm. One World Centre PL Workshop. Dr Elaine Lewis. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives through the Science Elaborations – Physical Sciences

Thursday 10 September. 3.30-5.00pm. One World Centre PL Workshop. Dr Elaine Lewis. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives through the Science Elaborations – Earth and Space Sciences

Saturday 26 September. 9.00-11.30am. One World Centre Cultural and Creative Learning Opportunity. Message Stone Painting with Jade Dolman.

Wednesday 30 September. AAEE 2020 Virtual Conference. Mandjoogoordap: Changing Tides

*RESCHEDULED* Friday 7- Sunday 9 May  2021. 2020 One World Centre SDG Weekend – Connecting People and Planet with Active Hope

Saturday 15 February. 9.00am-12.00noon. Community Painting Opportunity. Caring for Country – Climate Action.

 

2021 One World Centre Nanga SDG Weekend

CONNECTING PEOPLE AND PLANET WITH ACTIVE HOPE

Friday 7 to Sunday 9 May 2021

Dwellingup’s beautiful forest, 1.5 hours from Perth, allows reconnection with nature and each other. This years participatory workshop will encourage personal reflection and collaborative solutions that acknowledge the struggles and frustrations along with the power of collective action for climate and other concerns. Program will be from Friday evening to Sunday early afternoon. As in 2019, the workshop will draw inspiration and fun from time together in the forest, and around the fire. It will include informed discussion, facilitated reflections, activities, and opportunities to propose and begin concrete initiatives. What are your biggest challenges, inspirations, plans and activities for maintaining and inspiring hope, connection and change?!

COST: $250 waged $150 volunteers/unwaged covering workshop, simple accommodation at Nanga Bush Camp, and meals. Limited numbers!

Early Bird: pay by March 31 and pay $235 waged or $130 vols/unwaged

Register now through TRYBOOKING: https://www.trybooking.com/BIAWL

For further information contact Peter Devereux – drpeterdevereux@gmail.com


All volunteers and OWC members are invited to this OWC event for NAIDOC Week.

Always Was, Always Will Be

Always Was, Always Will Be: recognises that First Nations people have occupied and cared for this continent for over 65,000 years. 

Conversation with Elaine Lewis about Australia’s First Naturalists … for NAIDOC Week

Elaine, member of the OWC Reconciliation Action Plan Working Group, will share reflections on social justice issues in the context of a recent publication by Olsen & Russell “Australia’s First Naturalists” (2019).

Come along, bring your lunch and join in a stimulating conversation about some of the truths at the basis of the shared journey of Reconciliation we are walking together and celebrate the achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

VENUE: One World Centre, 5 King William Street, BAYSWATER WA

TIME and DATE: Thursday 12th November at 12.30pm

COST: Free

BRING: Your lunch and readiness to join the conversation

No registration is required for this event, please contact owc@oneworldcentre.org.au or 93719133 for further information or inquiries.

ABOUT NAIDOC WEEK

NAIDOC Week celebrations are held across Australia … to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. NAIDOC is celebrated not only in Indigenous communities, but by Australians from all walks of life. The week is a great opportunity to participate in a range of activities and to support your local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

NAIDOC originally stood for ‘National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee’. This committee was once responsible for organising national activities during NAIDOC Week and its acronym has since become the name of the week itself. Find out more about the origins and history of NAIDOC Week: https://www.naidoc.org.au/about/naidoc-week

You can find out more about NAIDOC WEEK here: https://www.naidoc.org.au/get-involved/2020-theme

Shape of Land artwork, by Noongar and Saibai Islander man Tyrown Waigana.


 

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives through the Science Elaborations

Physical Science Curriculum in the Primary Years: Implementing Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Perspectives through the Science Elaborations

Thursday 26 November. 3.30-5pm.

In this workshop Dr Elaine Lewis will provide hands-on classroom examples of how to implement the Physical Science Curriculum in the Primary years through the perspective of the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Science Elaborations and Cross Curriculum Priority.

This workshop links with Sustainable Development Goals 4 (Quality Education) & 16 (Human Rights and Justice).

One World Centre, 5 King William Street, Bayswater WA

3.30 – 5.00pm

(3.30-4.00pm for networking and afternoon tea; 4-5pm workshop)

COST: $10 members & subscribers; $20 others

Register through Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/BMHZH

Please contact owc@oneworldcentre.org.au or 93719133 for further information or inquiries.

 


Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Perspectives through the Science Elaborations

Earth and Space Sciences Curriculum in the Primary Years – Implementing Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Perspectives through the Science Elaborations

Thursday 10 September. 3.30-5pm.

In this workshop Dr Elaine Lewis will provide hands-on classroom examples of how to implement the Earth and Space Sciences Curriculum in the Primary years through the perspective of the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Science Elaborations and Cross Curriculum Priority.

This workshop links with Sustainable Development Goals 4 (Quality Education) & 16 (Human Rights and Justice).

One World Centre, 5 King William Street, Bayswater WA

3.30 – 5.00pm

(3.30-4.00pm for networking and afternoon tea; 4-5pm workshop)

COST: $10 members & subscribers; $20 others

Register through Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/BIERX

Please contact owc@oneworldcentre.org.au or 93719133 for further information or inquiries.


Cultural and Creative Learning Opportunity

“Message Stone Painting” with Jade Doleman.

Saturday 26 September. 9-11.30am.

At this workshop visual artist and Whadjuk/Balladong Nyoongar, Eastern Arrernte woman Jade Dolman will share aspects of her culture and conduct an art workshop, which involves painting on rocks and wooden discs.  Join us at the One World Centre for a very enlightening and creative session with Jade.

One World Centre, 5 King William Street, Bayswater WA

Subscribers/members FREE / Others $20

Register through Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/BKVNZ

Morning tea and materials provided

For further information contact Lynne at the One World Centre owc@oneworldcentre.org.au or 93719133


AAEE 2020 Virtual Conference

Mandjoogoordap: Changing Tides

30 September

Registration: https://aaeeconference.org.au/2020-virtual-conference-registration/

Program: https://aaeeconference.org.au/program/2020-virtual-conference/

Website: https://aaeeconference.org.au/


*EVENT RESCHEDULED TO 2021*

2021 One World Centre Nanga SDG Weekend

CONNECTING PEOPLE AND PLANET WITH ACTIVE HOPE

Friday 7 to Sunday 9 May 2021


Dwellingup’s beautiful forest, 1.5 hours from Perth, allows reconnection with nature and each other. This years participatory workshop will encourage personal reflection and collaborative solutions that acknowledge the struggles and frustrations along with the power of collective action for climate and other concerns.
Program will be from Friday evening to Sunday early afternoon.
 

COST $250 waged $150 volunteers/unwaged covering workshop, simple accommodation at Nanga Bush Camp, and meals. Limited numbers!

Early Bird: pay by March 1 and pay $235 waged or $130 vols/unwaged

 

Register now through TRYBOOKING: https://www.trybooking.com/BIAWL

For further information contact Peter Devereux – drpeterdevereux@gmail.com

As in 2019, the workshop will draw inspiration and fun from time together in the forest, and around the fire. It will include informed discussion, facilitated reflections, activities, and opportunities to propose and begin concrete initiatives. What are your biggest challenges, inspirations, plans and activities for maintaining and inspiring hope, connection and change?!

 

EVENT CANCELLED – This event has been postponed to a later date due to circumstances surrounding COVID-19.

One World Centre Community Film Screening and Conversation


IN MY BLOOD IT RUNS

Ten-year-old Dujuan is a child-healer, a good hunter and speaks three languages. As he shares his wisdom of history and the complex world around him we see his spark and intelligence. Yet Dujuan is ‘failing’ in school and facing increasing scrutiny from welfare and the police. His family fight to give him a strong Arrernte education alongside his western education. We walk with him as he grapples with these pressures, shares his truths and somewhere in-between finds space to dream, imagine and hope for his future self.
 

WHEN?  6pm (7pm screening), Saturday 4 April 2020.

WHERE? Southcare Hall, 54 Bickley Cres, Manning. 

REGISTER ONLINE AT:  https://www.trybooking.com/BIVRW – by 3 April

COST by donation through Trybooking   (recommended $20-25 waged; $10-15 unwaged)


Community Painting Opportunity

Caring for Country – Climate Action

with Esther McDowell/Yabini Kickett

Join us to reflect on the urgent need for climate action in the context of the loss and damage to our communities and environments as a result of climate change related disasters. Together we will explore and express the processes of healing and regeneration that come through caring for Country. In this activity, we will envision, plan and create a shared artwork under the guidance of artist Esther McDowell/Yabini Kickett, a Noongar woman with ties to Ballardong, Nyaki-Nyaki, Wadjuk and Bibbulmun clan groups.

9am-12noon. Saturday 15 February

One World Centre, 5 King William St. BAYSWATER

$10 – OWC Volunteers Free

Limited places, bookings essential. Register through Trybooking: https://www.trybooking.com/BIDKJ

Morning tea and all materials provided.

For further information contact the One World Centre – owc@oneworldcentre.org.au or phone (08) 9371 9133

 

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