The Strength of a Nation derives from the
Integrity of the Home


Home is the place
you miss the most
when you aren't there

 Maggie Jones

Helping the Mob to Help Themselves

Innari provides Cultural Competency Workshops throughout the year

Spaces are limited so please book early

Alternatively, we also offer in-house training at a location of your convenience

A certificate of participation is provided on successful completion of the course.

These workshops are designed for People and organisations working with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community.

They will assist organisations and individuals to engage with their Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients in culturally appropriate and respectful ways.

Group Workshops
Wests Ashfield Leagues Club

 On Site Workshop

Cultural Awareness Workshop Content

Topics that maybe covered include:

  • Pre-contact and impact of colonisation

  • Getting to know Aboriginal people

  • Myths and stereotypes

  • The Stolen Generations

  • Current Statistics

  • Aboriginal people today- The Facts

  • Loss and grief

  • Contemporary Aboriginal Identity

  • Aboriginality

  • Understanding aboriginal family structures

  • Aboriginal culture and values, including kinship
        networks and responsibilities

  • Effective communication with Aboriginal
        and Torres Strait Islander people

  • How Aboriginal people identify themselves

  • How to engage and communicate with Aboriginal people

  • Sharing and learning stories of personal and work experiences

About The Facilitator

Cathy Cragie is a Gamilaroi and Anaiwon woman from Northern NSW. She grew up in a large extended family from Moree and across Northern NSW.

She has worked in Aboriginal affairs for over thirty years. This work has ranged across disciplines and industries. She has worked in health, womens issues, housing, media and the arts and has sat on Boards and committees in all levels of Government and community sectors.

For the last 7 years, Cathy has worked as a consultant and cultural advisor. In her spare time, she writes and has several performed plays and published stories

Sources, Acknowledgements and Special thanks to the following Organisations for their dedication in Social Welfare
Department of Families, Housing, Community Services , Indigenous Affairs, Homelessness Australia, Salvation army, City of Sydney, St Vincent de Paul Society, ABS, Sydney Homeless Connect,
Neami, Wayside Chapel, Mission beat/Mission Australia, Wesley Mission, Guthrie house, Launchpad. 
Plus the many many more who work tirelessly in and for the community.​
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