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  • Visit our new Learning Portal All the content you have enjoyed here is now part of the learning portal on the new Why Warriors website. New articles are appearing regularly from both Richard and Tim Trudgen. See you there in the conversation that is now happening […]

    We have moved!

    Visit our new Learning Portal All the content you have enjoyed here is now part of the learning portal on the new Why Warriors website. New articles are appearing regularly from both Richard and Tim Trudgen. See you there in the conversation that is now happening […]

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  • We are sorry to say that AHED Project Facilitators Jazlie and Ben Grygoruk will be leaving us at the end of June. After 5 years in Arnhem Land and with a second child coming, they now feel the need for family support and some time […]

    Staff News June 2015

    We are sorry to say that AHED Project Facilitators Jazlie and Ben Grygoruk will be leaving us at the end of June. After 5 years in Arnhem Land and with a second child coming, they now feel the need for family support and some time […]

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  •   Wayne Munster joins Why Warriors AHED team as General Manager. This has been a very important step for us as it allows both Richard and Timothy Trudgen to concentrate on work at the coalface with Yolŋu people. Timothy will still be the leading Enterprise […]

    Why Warriors welcomes Wayne

      Wayne Munster joins Why Warriors AHED team as General Manager. This has been a very important step for us as it allows both Richard and Timothy Trudgen to concentrate on work at the coalface with Yolŋu people. Timothy will still be the leading Enterprise […]

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  • One trap for organisations working in the all-consuming community development space like ours is to spend every bit of its time, energy and resources doing business. It’s wise sometimes to pause and concentrate on the business itself and the people within it. The Why Warriors team took a week […]

    Staff Retreat

    One trap for organisations working in the all-consuming community development space like ours is to spend every bit of its time, energy and resources doing business. It’s wise sometimes to pause and concentrate on the business itself and the people within it. The Why Warriors team took a week […]

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  • You can now see the new design for the Cultural Worlds blog. It features white background for text, and a magazine style layout to help you see the range of articles we have available.  We hope the result are more user friendly. You may still encounter some […]

    Site Update

    You can now see the new design for the Cultural Worlds blog. It features white background for text, and a magazine style layout to help you see the range of articles we have available.  We hope the result are more user friendly. You may still encounter some […]

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  • We are initiating a new project in developing human enterprise in NE Arnhem Land. This unique project has an entirely holistic approach, focusng on the facilitation of, well, everything - everything the people have a passion to achieve. By providing the resources to remove obstacles and enabling real, effective and people driven change, and by supporting the people in developing their own ideas and fulfilling their desires we will provide opportunity for change in remote Indigenous communities.

    A project in responsive development

    We are initiating a new project in developing human enterprise in NE Arnhem Land. This unique project has an entirely holistic approach, focusng on the facilitation of, well, everything - everything the people have a passion to achieve. By providing the resources to remove obstacles and enabling real, effective and people driven change, and by supporting the people in developing their own ideas and fulfilling their desires we will provide opportunity for change in remote Indigenous communities.

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  • We shall be regularly publishing short articles on how to work more effectively across the cultural and linguistic barrier that exists between the mainstream social/cultural systems and the cultural worlds of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia. We believe that it is shared ignorance about the […]

    Introducing the Why Warriors, Cultural Worlds, Web log.

    We shall be regularly publishing short articles on how to work more effectively across the cultural and linguistic barrier that exists between the mainstream social/cultural systems and the cultural worlds of the Aboriginal peoples of Australia. We believe that it is shared ignorance about the […]

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