These free workshops draw on wisdom and experiences from Indigenous, multicultural and intergenerational cultures. Entire generations that have fostered harmonious living between humans and the environment.
The Details: The workshops will take place between June and October and will be held at the Redcliffe Youth Space - Corner of Anzac and Oxley Avenues Redcliffe.
When: Saturday 7 June Time: 11am - 1pm Theme: Culture Shift for Sustainability. Location: Redcliffe Youth Space - Corner of Anzac and Oxley Avenues Redcliffe.
How to Book: The workshops are free and open to all, but numbers are strictly limited. Book now to avoid the disappointment of missing out.
This interactive workshop will feature expert speakers including:
- Tony Ayers (a descendant of Aboriginal clan in South East Queensland, with extensive experience promoting the culture of first nation people)
- Representatives from the Balaangala Garden Space (a thriving Indigenous garden created by an active reconciliation group on Brisbane's northside) and
- Michelle Maloney (the National Convenor of the Australian Earth Laws Alliance).
You will also be provided with sustainably sourced food and a film screening.
This workshop will help participants to understand what they can do on a practical level to change behaviour towards sustainability. Discussions will look at a myriad of ideas on how our actions and thoughts can help us to build strong, healthy and resilient communities.
With so much happening around the world, this is a lovely way to start making sustainable changes in our own backyards.
Future workshops will be centred around:
Collaboree #2 – Create for Sustainability: Coming in August
Collaboree #3 – Connect for Sustainability: Coming in October
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