WIPCE News

World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education 2022

Call for Abstracts Opening Soon

The call for workshop presentations at WIPCE 2022 will re-open soon. There may be a limited call for abstracts to address any gaps in First Nation participation or conference themes. The South Australian Aboriginal Education and Training Consultative Council and Tauondi Aboriginal College invited quality proposals to present engaging workshops at WIPCE 2022.  WIPCE Themes…
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WIPCE 2022 is going Hybrid

  WIPCE 2022 is now able to be attended in person or virtually! We are excited to announce that the WIPCE 2022 Committee has decided to ensure the success of the conference by offering a Hybrid event.  As much as we would be thrilled to welcome everyone to Adelaide in September 2022, it is understandable…
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WIPCE Further Statement

Ninna Marni, Following previous statements from the WIPCE Australia Organising Committee, the World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference will be rescheduled for the second time to 26-30 September 2022 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on global health, safety and international travel. We would like to reassure delegates and presenters that the convenors are committed…
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Volunteer Opportunity

Invitation for students to volunteer at WIPCE.

Sponsor WIPCE

The WIPCE 2021 Sponsorship Prospectus is now available.

WIPCE 2022 Hosts

WIPCE is hosted through a partnership of SAAETCC and TAC.

Tauondi Aboriginal Community College

WIPCE 2022 Conference Team

WIPCE 2022 is managed by an Indigenous planning and conference team.

Tarndanya (Adelaide) on Australian map

WIPCE comes to Australia

Tarndanya (Adelaide) South Australia will host the 2021 World Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education.

WIPCE handover from Toronto to Adelaide

WIPCE Handover

Official host city handover from Toronto (2017) to SAAETCC and Tauondi Aboriginal College, Adelaide in 2021.