Kimberley Transitions: Collaborating to care for our common home
The Kimberley Transitions project is part of an international movement of communities coming together to reimagine and rebuild our world – locally and globally. It brings together researchers, practitioners, educators, artists and other change-makers to contribute to learning and change for social, cultural, economic and ecological justice.
Real-life research projects
Acknowledgement of Country
The Nulungu Research Institute is located on Yawuru land, encompassing the coastal town of Broome. Aboriginal saltwater, river and desert language groups across the Kimberley sustain intergenerational cultural, intellectual and social affiliations over time. Kimberley Transitions researchers and associates pay respect to the Yawuru and other Kimberley cultural custodians - to past, present and future generations. Knowledge and expertise, evident throughout the Kimberley – the place Aboriginal women, men, children and others call home – is vital to the sustainability of all people and places. That Kimberley Transitions can be part of this ongoing process underpins the Project's aims and ethos.