World Indigenous Peoples' Conference on Education - postponed to
26-30 September 2022

26-30 September 2022 Adelaide, Australia 

TARNDANYA

WIPCE is the largest and most diverse Indigenous education forum in the world – representatives from across the globe will meet in Tarndanya (Adelaide), the home of the Kaurna Nation of South Australia.


About WIPCE

VENUE

The Adelaide Convention Centre is a leading-edge  venue on the banks of the River Torrens close to the Adelaide CBD, accommodation, cultural precincts and a short distance from  Adelaide international airport .


Convention Centre

PROGRAM

WIPCE 2021 will feature an exciting Indigenous education program of keynote presentations, networking, interactive workshops and discussion forums with an associated rich and diverse cultural program.


Program

Marni naa pudni 

Marni naa pudni (welcome) to the WIPCE 2021 Panpapanpalya (conference) with the theme Indigenous Education Sovereignty: Our Voices …Our Futures.

Help us celebrate and share our culture and knowledges in this exciting international event with other Indigenous global citizens hosted by descendants of the oldest living culture of humanity.

Professor Peter Buckskin PSM FACE, Chair, WIPCE 2021

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Latest News

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WIPCE 2021 Statement

As previously advised, the COVID-19 pandemic caused the World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Education (WIPCE) to be postponed from this week to 1-5 November 2021. The convenors would like to[…]

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Volunteer Opportunity

Invitation for students to volunteer at WIPCE.

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Call for Abstracts

WIPCE 2021 Call for Abstracts have now closed.

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