Find direction and a sense of belonging

Within a homegrown creative network pursue opportunities for learning, quality connections and collaboration with like-minded people. 

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Find direction and a sense of belonging

Within a homegrown creative network pursue opportunities for learning, quality connections and collaboration with like-minded people. 

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Communal Sense purpose is sharing knowledge and providing local professionals with fair opportunities to find alignment with the people they work beside and their created solutions.

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SUPPORT WHEN IT’S NOT TRENDING

First Nations people hold unique knowledge and rights inherited from their ancestors and have cared for Australia for at least 60,000 years. Let’s celebrate their self-determination to provide leadership for our country and support their rights to continue to do so. Recognising that rightful recognition of and reconciliation with First Nations people is fundamental to Australia’s nationhood.

In order to support take some time to learn about a few of the organisations around Australia led by First Nations.

This is a list of resources for taking action in solidarity and learning more about the resistance of First Nations communities.

Artwork by Keisha Leon

Latest Blog

SUPPORT WHEN IT’S NOT TRENDING

First Nations people hold unique knowledge and rights inherited from their ancestors and have cared for Australia for at least 60,000 years. Let’s celebrate their self-determination to provide leadership for our country and support their rights to continue to do so. Recognising that rightful recognition of and reconciliation with First Nations people is fundamental to Australia’s nationhood. 

In order to support take some time to learn about a few of the organisations around Australia led by First Nations.

This is a list of resources for taking action in solidarity and learning more about the resistance of First Nations communities.

Artwork by Keisha Leon