‘The path to Indigenise the planet starts by walking in the footstep of our ancestors’

Indigenise grew out of the need for government to be culturally responsive to the needs of ‘grass roots’ community and address the barriers encountered during the co-design and delivery of programs and initiatives. The development of Indigenise has resulted in the creation of an Indigenous social enterprise that is based on the GOTO healing methodology developed through the framework of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples. We strive to ‘walk in the footsteps of our ancestors’ to bring about transformational change by applying our elders wisdom and traditional knowledge to restore balance in the world for future generations.

 

Our vision is to bring about healing and resurgence for Indigenous communities world-wide; to build kinship and connection amongst all peoples through the protection of the circle of life; and give people the responsibly of ‘belonging’ to each other and the natural world to heal the earth for future generations.

Our mission is to support inter-tribal and inter-cultural networks of connection; build community capacity for cultural and environmental sustainability by empowering self-directed change; and create a coalition of First Peoples in a movement to Indigenise societies.

Our strengths

Advisory & Consultancy

Training & Development

Video Production

Programs and Initiatives

Murama Dance Ground

The Murama Dance ground is a functional art installation that provides the community with a safe place to gather and participate in cultural and spiritual activities. As an installation of the Wangal Walk, it can provide a venue for events and programs. The Murama Cultural Council plays an important role in curating this space in accordance with established protocols around respect and inclusion

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Email: admin@indigenise.com

Ph: 1300 280888

Indigenise acknowledges the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respect to them and their cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging..