Reconciliation Western Australia (RWA) has partnered with iyarn to support and empower reconciliation in 2020!
Acknowledgement of Country
RWA and iyarn acknowledge and pay tribute to the Noongar Whadjuk People and their Elders – past and present: The Traditional Custodians of the Land (Boodjar) on which we work. This acknowledgement extends to First Peoples Nations across the State of Western Australia where our vision, purpose, values and approach extend.
RWA and iyarn recognise and value the continuity of cultural, educational and spiritual practices of First Peoples.
National Reconciliation Week
The theme for #NRW2020 — In this together — is now resonating in ways that could not have been foreseen when it was announced it last year, but it reminds us whether in a crisis or in reconciliation we are all #InThisTogether.
iyarn is a data-driven approach to managing and supporting wellbeing and personal relationships.
As part of their commitment to valuing and respecting First People, Reconciliation WA have partnered with iyarn to check in on the state of reconciliation.
Contribute to the discussion by checking in below.
Check In Here
How do I Check In?
It’s simple and FREE.
- Login – you will have to create a free account if you are new to the platform
- Select your check in wheel
- Complete the check in questions
- Share with a friend
- Set goals, intentions and key actions to support your wellbeing
Hear directly from iyarn founder, Lockie Cooke:
About Reconciliation WA
Reconciliation WA (RWA) is a not-for-profit organisation providing leadership, advocacy and support to people and organisations driving the movement for Reconciliation in Western Australia (WA).
At our core, Reconciliation WA is focused on the creation of societal and economic outcomes that help create a State where the special place, culture, rights and contribution of First Peoples are valued and respected. As an organisation, we aspire to be part of a State that celebrates strong and positive relationships between our First Peoples and the wider WA community, as critical building block of practical social and economic outcomes and community wellbeing.
iyarn was inspired from the word Liyarn of the Western Kimberley Saltwater people on the Dampier Peninsula, who ‘yarn’ together and connect through conversation.
When the community connects they ask, “How is your liyarn” a path leading into a deeper conversation that can be explained in a variety of ways.
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