Exploring Disability and Inclusion from an Aboriginal Cultural Perspective

Milkiri (ant dance) is a Northern NSW school program to help students understand disability inclusion from an Aboriginal Cultural perspective.

Be guided through an interactive workshop by Ngemba man and storyteller Richard Clarke from Social Futures. Richard uses stories and activities to introduce different cultural artifacts, symbols and principles related to inclusion.

Learn how all community members have valuable roles in their family, kinship and community, regardless of disability or difference. Everyone takes care of each other. We are all connected to Country in mind, body and spirit.

Book now

Phone 1800 522 679 to book the one-hour Milkiri program for your Northern NSW school.

Download our flyer here: Milkiri (ant dance) Flyer

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