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Home > Events > Training > Understanding Generational Trauma and Supporting Reconciliation - ONLINE SESSION

Understanding Generational Trauma and Supporting Reconciliation - ONLINE SESSION

Online Session through tLn (Teacher Learning Network)

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Contact: Michaela Brittain    E: mbrittain@qieu.asn.au P: 07 3839 7020


In this special Reconciliation Week online workshop, Wiradjuri/Wailwan woman Donna Hensen will support participants to develop emotional intelligence about the Indigenous trauma trail and understand the lasting generational trauma among First Nations peoples. Donna will share strategies for how this knowledge can be practically applied in the classroom setting, ensuring teachers are empowered with a clear plan on how they, and their students, can contribute to reconciliation. This online session will include debrief time for participants to share and discuss their classroom plans and ideas.

Donna Hensen is a Wiradjuri/Wailwan woman from NSW and one of the Stolen Generation. Donna has worked tirelessly with disadvantaged and vulnerable Aboriginal communities in NSW and QLD to provide support and empowerment for many years. Donna’s own business is now focused on educating adults and children with the objective of normalising Aboriginal culture for everyone.


***Please note this session will be run as a interactive online session through the online platform tLn (Teachers Learning Network). You will need access to a computer and internet*** 

Authorised by Terry Burke, Independent Education Union of Australia – Queensland & Northern Territory Branch, Brisbane.