What is a Culcha Camp?
MCCC provides Culcha Camps, led by Mulana Kaalinya, for registrars, medical educators, GP supervisors and staff to learn more about Aboriginal culture.
Culcha – Living Our Lore typically includes an over night camp, site-seeing tour and cultural journey with Aboriginal Elders, camp fire yarning and dreamtime storytelling. Plus cultural mentoring and fully immersive experiences such as cooking bush food and art activities.
Upcoming Culcha Camps
Saturday 2 November – 1 Day Experience
Culcha camp is highly recommended for registrars and supervisors working in Aboriginal Health services.
Date: Saturday 2 November 2019
Time: 8:45am (registration) until 2:30pm. The day will include an indoor cultural information session followed by a bush walk and talk on the Flats.
Location: The Connection Centre 7287 Midland Hwy, Shepparton
Travel: attendees are responsible for their own travel arrangements for this session (including costs)
For further details about this fantastic opportunity, please contact Letitia Tully.
Mulana Kaalinya provides a safe environment for participants to discuss their strengths and challenges, leaving participants feeling empowered and more confident to work with Aboriginal children, young people, Elders, families and communities.
With 27 years experience working in the Aboriginal Justice system in Victoria, Larry from Mulana Kaalinya provides Culcha Camps for a range of groups. These camps also extend to school group, youth in the justice system, men struggling with family violence, and cultural mentoring.
If you are interested in a Culcha Camp, Aboriginal cultural competency training or learning experience, read more by clicking the buttons below and see the dates listed for upcoming camps.