Please join Deadly Djurumin and Parlour for the Deadly Djurumin Yarn 3: Walking the Talk: Beyond Acknowledgement. Sarah Lynn Rees yarns with Bernadette Hardy and Marni Reti about supporting Indigneous communities, even when direct engagement is not possible.
In the third Deadly Djurumin Yarn Sarah Lynn Rees, Bernadette Hardy and Marni Reti discuss the importance of Indigenous design thinking throughout the procurement process. Building upon the previous yarn, which highlighted the importance of Indigenous worldviews throughout the design process, this session will consider opportunities even when we can’t engage – including: the supply chain, social procurement and how design and procurement can contribute to economic, cultural and social outcomes for the Aboriginal community.
Friday 5 November
12.30–1.30pm AEDT (NSW, Vic, ACT, Tas)
11.30–12.30pm AEST (QLD)
11–12pm ACST (NT)
12–1pm ACDT (SA)
9.30–10.30am AWST (WA)
Online. You will be sent the Zoom link after booking
1 formal point on completion of the CPD questions – a link will be sent after you book. See the overall learning objectives for the series here.
Once completed, you will receive an email with your responses. This provides the evidence of attendance and completion for the session named at the top of this document. Please keep the response email for your records. It counts as your certificate. If you can’t find the email remember to check your spam folder.
$35 standard or $10 concession (anyone who needs it – students, those not working, part-timers etc). The proceeds will help support Deadly Djurumin activities.
Please book below. (If the form doesn’t work on your device, head to the Parlour trybooking page.)
Bookings are now also open for the December session. If you would like to book more than one month, select your first session and head to the checkout. Then, in the pop up window, select ‘Buy more tickets’ to add more sessions before making payment.
The Deadly Djurumin Yarns are presented as a collaboration between Parlour and Deadly Djurumin.