WIPCE comes to Australia
Tauondi Aboriginal College in partnership with the South Australian Education and Training Consultative Council is honoured to be selected to host the next Worlds Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE) in Adelaide in 2021.
Sharing and showcasing our culture and knowledges with other Indigenous global citizens as the oldest living culture of humanity will be an honour and privilege.
Professor Peter Buckskin, WIPCE 2021 Chair
The Adelaide Convention Bureau, in a simultaneous announcement being made at the 2017 World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE) in Toronto also announces the triennially held event will be held in Adelaide in 2021.
WIPCE brings together Indigenous representatives from across the globe to share strategies and developments for culturally grounded Indigenous education and attracts the world’s most respected Indigenous education experts, practitioners, scholars, students and communities.
Over the course of its 30 year history, the conference has become recognised as the largest and most diverse Indigenous education event in terms of leading discussion on contemporary movements in education that support Indigenous world views.