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Protocols for culturally respectful engagement with First Nations communities

'Reflect, Respect, Respond: Protocols for culturally respectful engagement with First Nations communities' was developed by Be You, Koori Curriculum Director Jessica Staines with a panel of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander educators from across Australia.

It explores practical information for educators and reflections about:

  • connecting with First Nations communities
  • developing family partnerships
  • including culturally responsive curriculum
  • discussing culturally sensitive topics in your early learning service or school
  • writing policies for inclusive learning communities.

Be You acknowledges and thanks the panel of First Nations education experts who wrote, reviewed and contributed to this resource: Mystique Dia, Esma Livermore, Nina Ross, Jessica Staines, Nathaniel Tamwoy, Juanita Wilson and Duane Vickery.

Be You also thanks Bronwyn Cochrane and Vanessa Edwige for your content and clinical reviews.