#109: Cultural Healing and Transformation with Professor Bob Morgan
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Professor Morgan is a Gumilaroi man from Walgett western NSW. He is a highly respected and acknowledged Aboriginal educator/researcher who has worked extensively throughout Australia and internationally in the field of Aboriginal knowledge and learning for over forty years. Professor Morgan is currently Chair of the Board of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Education and Research (BATSIER) and also serves, as Conjoint Professor with the Wollotuka Institute with the University of Newcastle (UON). He is the inaugural Chair of the Council of the World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE), and a national board member of the Australasian Society of Lifestyle Medicine.
Today we have a general yarn around cultural healing and transformation, so all people can be respected, empowered and collectively contribute to a better world.
For further conversations on this topic, please listen to episode #89 with Professor Gregory Phillips on Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander knowledge for the modern world.
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