2018 Western Australian Regional Achievement and Community Awards Finalist Recently we were nominated and named a finalist for the Curtin University Teaching Excellence Award in the 2018 Western Australian Regional Achievement and Community Awards. It is a great privilege to be nominated in these prestigious Awards alongside many other wonderful people and organisations from Western Australia.
MDWg’s Vision and Values Refresh Earlier this year, the MDWg team began work on updating the organisation’s vision and values. We wanted these to reflect the current direction, purpose and goals of Mirima Dawang Woorlab-gerring. With the help of a number of secondees from the Jawun program, we have created a vision and values that we are proud to share.
MDWg NAIDOC Week Open Day & AIWA Launch A special NAIDOC event took place at MDWg on Tuesday, July 10. MDWg opened its doors for an Open Day, and combined this event with the launch of Aboriginal Interpreting Western Australia (AIWA, formerly Kimberley Interpreting Service).
Ninggoowoong Woorrnging: The Miriwoong Family Song On June 9, a cohort of Year 3 students performed a Miriwoong song at the Kununurra District High School’s whole school assembly. This is the first time in recent memory that a song in an Indigenous language has been performed at the school.