We acknowledge the First Nations people of the continent of Australia as the Original Owners of their lands and country. We pay our respects to elders past, present and the future leaders of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nations. We pay our respects to and acknowledge the cultural authority of Wadawurrung Traditional Owners of the Land on which Arranyinha lives, learns, works and plays.
We assess the cultural impact, cultural intelligence and cultural respect of your organisations systems, processes and procedures.
Your cultural learning journey begins with an awareness of what you don’t know. To do this, you must be open to learning; welcome understanding; enabling growth through gained respect and insight which impacts a change within you and your organisation.
Arranyinha inspires through the journey and learnings that have bought us to this point, and showcases creative, innovative and individualised opportunities for positive cultural change.
At Arranyinha, we understand that you don’t know what you don’t know, but when you do, we want you to know it so well it becomes like breathing.
The journey to cultural awareness and respect of First Nations people and culture is often met with challenges within ourselves that impacts a shift within us. Arranyinha has designed a series of workshops that take you and members of your organisation through a self assessment and awareness process to be aware of how unconscious bias and privilege impacts First Nations people and communities.Find out more
Proud Adnyamathanha woman Marsha Uppill is one of Victoria’s newest Aboriginal start-up entrepreneurs with an incredible goal to use her business and cultural skills to assist other Australian business to create systemic and strategic changes to assist...Continue reading