CHRIS TOBIN: TRADITIONAL DHARUG CULTURE

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Chris Tobin: An Overview of the Traditional Culture of the Dharug People

Planetary Health Day

1030am – 11.30am

Saturday 24 February

 

Planetary Health Precinct (former Katoomba Golf Course)

33-39 Acacia Street Katoomba, NSW 2780

 

This event is free but bookings essential here

After his Welcome to Country for the Planetary Health Day, Dharug man Chris Tobin will provide an overview of the traditional culture of the Dharug people.

Chris’s workshop highlights how learning about other people‚Äôs cultures and ways of seeing can increase the resilience of individuals and community.

He explores the importance of understanding different world-views through a discussion of early colonial interpretations of Aboriginal peoples and technologies, particularly how colonialism and individualism have shaped beliefs.

Read more in Blackheath Area Local News: https://blackheathnews.com/learning-as-resilience-chris-tobin-on-history-country-and-the-power-of-different-perspectives/

This workshop is part of a Bioregional Collaboration for Planetary Health and is supported by the Disaster Risk Reduction Fund (DRRF). The DRRF is jointly funded by the Australian and New South Wales governments.