UOW Law School and LIRC Seminar Series 2021 - Shared screen with speaker view
Trish Mundy
Hello Sandy. Apologies for being late everyone!
Dora Anthony
UOW Acknowledgement to CountryWe Acknowledge that Country for Aboriginal peoples is an interconnected set of ancient and sophisticated relationships. The University of Wollongong spreads across many interrelated Aboriginal Countries that are bound by this sacred landscape. From Sydney to the Southern Highlands, to the South Coast. From fresh water to bitter water to salt. From City to Urban to Rural.The University of Wollongong Acknowledges the Custodianship of the Aboriginal peoples of this place and space that has kept alive the relationships between all living things. The University Acknowledges the real and devastating impact of colonisation on Aboriginal Countries and peoples and further commit ourselves to truth-telling, healing and education.I respectfully acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we work and learn and pay respects to the First Nations people and their elders, past present and future.
Carolyn McKay
Acknowledging I’m on Awabakal and Worimi land
Dominic F
greeting also from Dharawal land!
Nina Reynolds
also Dharawal land too
Irit Alony
Dharawal land too, and happy to practice spelling it :)
Irit Alony
sounds like a fantastic intervention! how many students would such subject have enrolled in them?
Carolyn McKay
Thank you so much for this overview! Unfortunately, I’ve got another Zoom starting now.
Dominic F
thankyou! excellent - apologies, i have to leave
excellent presentation, thank you!