More information for communities
Our communities are the cornerstone of what we do and wherever possible our activities are informed by and planned in conjunction with elders, community leaders and key community organisations. The David Unaipon College of Indigenous Education and Research welcomes the Aboriginal community into our space so that we can grow and share in partnership together.
Some of the activities shared with Aboriginal communities includes:
- community membership on the David Unaipon College Advisory Committee
- external membership on the University Indigenous Employment Advisory Committee
- meetings conducted at the David Unaipon College, City West Campus including, Reconciliation SA Board Meetings, Aboriginal Health Council meetings, Journey of Healing meetings
- hosting of conferences such as the Indigenous Students Careers Pathways Conference
- book launches, art exhibitions, seminars, symposiums and public lectures
- master classes in 'Law and Land' and 'Aboriginal Futures'
- the annual Pitjantjatjara Language Summer School
- UniSA Information booths held at your community event
For more information about how UniSA can involve your community, please contact an Academic advisor