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Terori Hareko-Avaivilla Yarns About The 2022 Working In Two Worlds

Terori Hareko-Avaivilla is a First Nation cultural educator, artist, founder, and Managing Director at Avaivilla Group, formerly Salt Studio Consultancy. Terori originally established Salt Studio as a platform for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander female artists to grow their brand within the visual art space.

The Working in Two Worlds Forum will engage First Nations and Non-First Nations brothers and sisters to truth tell and have an honest reflection of our own fractured concept of race, cultural and identity. How do we challenge current systems to better facilitate and address the complex nature of working in two worlds for First Nations co-workers in mainstream services? While building strong allies who ensure cultural safety as a shared space of learning and of doing. This forum brings prominent First Nations Elders, Leaders, Cultural holders, Activists and Allies together to share knowledge, to challenge change and provide you with an insight to understanding the concept of working in two worlds, but more importantly to deconstruct the current systems and be agents of change.

It all starts with a YARN . Join us this November and be part of the conversation. W O R K I N G I N T W O W O R L D S F O R U M 2 0 2 2 K O O R I E H E R I T A G E T R U S T , F E D S Q U A R E . M E L B O U R N E . 1 5 T H O F N O V E M B E R 2 0 2 2

Join prominent First Nations Elders, Leaders, Cultural holders, Activist and Allies in a space of sharing and knowledge building to deconstruct the concept of Working in Two Worlds and to build understanding of the complexities impacting First Nations workers in mainstream services. Be a strong ally. Tickets on sale now via our website and Eventbrite. Don't miss this important event, be part of change, join the conversation. Terori comes from a health and community services background with 20 years of strategic engagement, planning and cultural facilitation.

Terori brings her rich Islander identity as a saltwater woman with tri-cultural heritage, infusing her songlines of Papua New Guinea, Torres Strait and Samoa to provide a unique world view and cultural practice.

Terori's passionate about working with purpose and a focus on social justice and inclusion of all. To this end, Terori focuses on working with and collaborating with change agents and allies in the community leadership space, as well as cultural knowledge sharing. Terori is an active member of the Fellowship for Indigenous Leadership, and recently held the roles of Deputy Chair and Interim Chair on the Koondee Woonga-gat Toor-rong Board.


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