Thara BrownEducation and Advocacy Manager for Culture is Life
Thara Brown is a proud Koori woman with maternal connections to Yorta Yorta Country and Celtic and Maltese heritage. Thara is passionate about young people, education, wellbeing, dance, movement and community. Thara is the Education and Advocacy Manager for Culture is Life, leading Aboriginal led education and impact initiatives including The Australian Dream, Archie Roach Stolen Generations & Back to Nature Education Projects. Learning from her experiences as a student and secondary teacher, Thara hopes to influence systemic change in our education systems, inspiring a deeper value and understanding of First Nations people, perspectives and knowledge, improving outcomes for all young people in particular.
2022 MHIS Presentation: Wellbeing for Schools, A First Nations Perspective
A First Nations perspective on how understanding and inspiring opportunities to connect to Country can have huge health benefits for our whole school community. Hear from Culture is Life's Aboriginal educator on how their partnership projects and educational resources support teachers to embed First Nations knowledge and perspectives, creating a safer and healthier environment for your school. Learn how you can freely access Culture is Life's resources, engage in professional development opportunities and explore examples of resources, specifically the popular ABC series Back to Nature Resources, with an opportunity to ask questions and engage in meaningful conversations.