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Danjoo Koorliny Walking Together Towards 2029 and Beyond is an Aboriginal-led, long-term systems change process to help Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people walk together to care for everything and create a better future. Based in Perth, Western Australia, we operate as a platform for dialogue to create the change we wish to see. Danjoo Koorliny (‘Dan-joo Coorl-in’) is a Noongar term that can be translated into English as “Walking Together”.

Carol Innes, Prof Emer Colleen Hayward, Dr Richard Walley and Dr Noel Nannup, with Danjoo Koorliny Ambassador the Governor of Western Australia the Hon. Kim Beazley at The Danjoo Koorliny Walking Together Social Impact Festival 2020 (photo credit: Bernard Marcelo).

The Danjoo Koorliny Social Impact Festival is an annual event that convenes Elders, leaders and members of our community to reflect on what has shifted in the last year, and set our focus for the year(s) ahead. 2029 will mark 200 years of colonisation in Western Australia.

In 2021, the festival will include:

For those of you who are based in Western Australia, we are looking forward to welcoming you to the 2021 festival,

The team at Danjoo Koorliny Walking Together

(Feature photo credit: Bernard Marcelo)

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