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Ngungwulah's primary objective is to advance Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island people's culture within the Australian wellness community. We do this through respectful introduction of conversation, employment opportunities and activities that enhance a cross-cultural understanding and incorporation of principles of health & wellbeing that have informed the oldest living culture in the world. In fostering respect for Country and strengthening relationships between First Nations' communities and health and wellness practitioners, we offer a framework of reciprocal healing.
The corporation aims to:
Amplify the voice of our First Nations wellness and health practitioners throughout the country by providing support to the Yaan Circle
Create working opportunities for First Nations peoples within the health and wellness sector
Expand the number of wellness businesses appropriately Acknowledging Country
Support and encourage Cultural Awareness trainings within the wellness community and as a component within wellness and health trainings
Facilitate bursary positions within wellness industry trainings and classes for First Nations people
Provide cultural consultancy to the wellness community and health bodies across Australia including guidance for Reconciliation Action Plans undertaken by industry bodies
Support a nationwide series of interactive events between wellness and health communities and Traditional Custodians - Healing on Country
Provide cultural consultancy to the yoga community and yoga bodies across Australia including guidance for Yoga Australia Reconciliation Action Plan to ensure it comes to full realisation
Support a monthly newsletter focused on reconciliation, reciprocity and respect between First Nations and wellness and health communities
To operate and maintain a gift fund to be known as ‘The Ngungwulah Aboriginal Corporation Gift Fund’ in accordance with the requirements of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997