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Thanks to the following people who are supporting the Kurdiji project by donating today; Angela Connell, Arnaud Serval, Carol Andrew, Darren O’Brien, Karrie Geronimos. Also thank you to our 1 Anonymous donor. We have raised $111,692 of our $280k goal to date to help realise the Kurdiji 1.0 app and help build resilience and prevent … More Thank you!

Bininj Gunborrk

Bininj Gunborrk, or singing and dancing, happens up to three times a week in, around and near Jabiru. This video demonstrates this important cultural tradition and the teaching for Wurdurd (children) by the Elders. This film was taken at Manaburduma, the town camp near Jabiru, on June 4, 2014.   The wellbeing of Aboriginal Australia … More Bininj Gunborrk

Boruwuy and Yirrkala “Dhuwa dhapi” ceremony

This video captures a Boruwuy and Yirrkala “Dhuwa dhapi” circumcision ceremony in 2008. For many Indigenous tribes, the first important event in the passage from childhood to manhood is the circumcision ritual. These ceremonies, which often last several weeks, mark the change from a carefree childhood to disciplined manhood, from irresponsibility to responsibility, from ignorance … More Boruwuy and Yirrkala “Dhuwa dhapi” ceremony

Kenny Jupurrula Walker’s Snake Dreaming

Kenny Jupurrula Walker’s Snake Dreaming 1986 depicts ancestral Jukurrpa (dreaming) paths doubling as the body of a powerful snake man (warna). This snake spirit is emerging from a place near the Granites, which is the sacred country of Henry Jackamarra Cook (the elder first shown in our Kurdiji 1.0 campaign video). Travelling over the landscape, … More Kenny Jupurrula Walker’s Snake Dreaming

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Thanks to the following people who are supporting the Kurdiji project by donating today; Australian Communities Foundation. Kate Moore. Also thank you to our 1 Anonymous donor. We have raised $111,070 of our $280k goal to date to help realise the Kurdiji 1.0 app and help build resilience and prevent suicides in Indigenous youth. We … More Thank you!

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Thanks to the following people who are supporting the Kurdiji project by donating today; Lance Jansen, Ruth Leahy, Stephanie Bursill  Also thank you to our 1 Anonymous donor. We have raised $108,045 of our $280k goal to date to help realise the Kurdiji 1.0 app and help build resilience and prevent suicides in Indigenous youth. … More Thank you!