The Kinship course explores the complex and unusual kinship structure of the Yolngu people of north-east Arnhem Land.
This course gives you a life-changing glimpse into the original kinship care system that once operated across Australia. Understanding this system is integral to comprehending the basis of the Yolngu economic, legal and social systems as well as engaging in successful cross-cultural relationship building.
The importance of learning kinship structures when working with other Indigenous groups is highlighted in the content of these courses.
This course is delivered by Richard Trudgen and will take between 2 – 2.5 hours to complete.
You will also get free access to a 17-minute video when you purchase this course. In the video, Richard discusses “What is Cultural Safety?”, recorded by the Network for Indigenous Culture and Health Education in Adelaide in 2014.
For the full course description, please click here.