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Indigenous Australia course: Rights, issues and culture

Understand social behaviour and society with our Sociology courses in Sydney

In this Indigenous Australia course, participants will explore, seek to appreciate and discuss current issues and cultural perspectives. This sociology course will encourage the study of evidence-based sources and analysis. Sources will include the literature, research as well as other expressions of ideas, such as those conveyed through video, music and art.

At the completion of this Indigenous Australia course you will:

  • Learn, examine and discuss issues that have shaped the trajectory of the original inhabitants.
  • Consider and discuss the post ‘Uluru Statement of the Heart’ and the advisory body, indigenous music, art, history, food, land rights, literature and ‘Closing the Gap’ with regard to education and health.
  • Study and appreciate key cultural perspectives and artefacts.



55 Elizabeth St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
University of Newcastle Sydney Campus


Tuesdays, 1pm to 3.30pm

Tuesday 5 February to Tuesday 5 March 2019

This class will also be offered via video link to those in international or regional locations. Registered participants may connect to the video link using Zoom (available free) and a reliable internet connection is required. Video connection details will be made available to each participant prior to the course.


Adult: $174.00

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