This workshop will provide techniques and insights into how to write stories that move cross culturally. Zohl dé Ishtar has spent her life living and working with Indigenous Australian and Pacific women, and their communities, to protect their Cultures, Customs, Laws, Lives and Country. For the past 20 years Zohl has lived in the Great Sandy Desert with the Women Elders of the Balgo Community where she co-founded and managed the Kapululangu Aboriginal Women’s Law and Culture Centre. Zohl has written two books about these experiences; Daughters of the Pacific (1994) & Holding Yawulyu: White Culture and Black Women’s Law (2005). (Both published by Spinifex Press, Australia) and was nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in 2005.
6 June, 14:00-17:00, via Zoom
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