LAW 3601 - Being Indigenous in a Global World Study Tour

North Terrace Campus - Semester 2 - 2015

This study tour is offered for Indigenous students. The tour includes visits to Universities in Canada and New Zealand with strong Indigenous studies programs, as well as significant cultural locations in these countries. The tour focuses on the challenges and possibilities of being Indigenous is what it means to be an indigenous person in today?s global society. The tour offers the opportunity for Australian Indigenous students to learn from and share experiences with Indigenous students in settler societies with their own unique experiences of colonialism, and all the challenges this presents for Indigenous societies. Through workshops and seminars, they will consider strategies for enhancing Indigenous legal and cultural rights. The tour will be a journey of personal discovery and deep learning that will help prepare participants to be the Indigenous leaders for the future in Australia.

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