WIPCE 2022 will feature an exciting Indigenous education program of keynote presentations, networking, over 300 interactive workshops and discussion forums with an associated rich and diverse cultural program.INTERACTIVE WIPCE 2022 PROGRAM
WIPCE will be held on the lands of the Kaurna Nation with the option to participate via a virtual conference platform from anywhere in the worldWIPCE 2022 WORKSHOPS
Click on the button below to access a sample of 35 concurrent workshop sessions led by First Nation presenters from Norway, Japan, South Africa, USA/Hawai’i, Costa Rica, Taiwan, New Zealand and Australia.Full Workshop Post Here
The program will commence with an opening ceremony and parade of Nations on Monday 26 September at the internationally renowned Adelaide Convention Centre at Tarndanya, place of the red kangaroo.
Tuesday 27th – Friday 30th September will feature seven Indigenous keynote speakers addressing the WIPCE themes of Sovereignty, Voice, Youth and Futures, along with over 300 workshops from First Nations across the globe.
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WIPCE 2022 will include a rich cultural program of performances, experiences and forums throughout the conference.