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UniSA International Partner Week

Launch of Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan

 

UniSA International Partner Week

UniSA rolled out the red carpet for its top performing international education agents in November, showcasing Adelaide and the University to 65 visitors from 10 countries.

International Partner Week (26-30 November) was the largest gathering of international agents in South Australia’s history, acknowledging the $100 million-plus economic injection the agents have made to the State in 2018 alone via international student enrolments.

The following countries were represented: Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, Kenya, India, China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Korea.Agents visited all of UniSA’s metropolitan campuses, as well as iconic local attractions including Glenelg, the Central Market, Adelaide Oval, McLaren Vale and Cleland Wildlife Park.

UniSA International Partner Week

 


Launch of Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan

UniSA’s Stretch Reconciliation Action Plan (Stretch RAP) was officially launched at a special event at Pridham Hall in November.

The Stretch RAP is guided by Universities Australia’s Indigenous Strategy for 2017 to 2020; and builds on UniSA’s previous RAP which extended UniSA’s proud history in Aboriginal education by embedding real and measurable actions into the organisation.

The Stretch RAP supports Aboriginal students to achieve success by providing a culturally safe and appropriate environment — and shows UniSA’s dedication to a two-way relationship with Aboriginal peoples.

To find out more, see this story in UniSA News.

Professor Bruce Pascoe, acclaimed Aboriginal historian, writer and academic, delivered the keynote address at the launch.

Professor Bruce Pascoe, acclaimed Aboriginal historian, writer and academic, delivered the keynote address at the launch.

The RAP launch began with a smoking ceremony and Welcome to Country, from Kaurna man Jack Buckskin.

The RAP launch began with a smoking ceremony and Welcome to Country, from Kaurna man Jack Buckskin.

Aunty Lynette Crocker, Senior Kaurna Elder, and Pauline Carr, UniSA Chancellor.

Aunty Lynette Crocker, Senior Kaurna Elder, and Pauline Carr, UniSA Chancellor.

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