NAIDOC Week 2018
NAIDOC Week is a great opportunity for Charles Sturt University to celebrate the history, culture and achievements of our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff, students and community members. This year NAIDOC Week will be held from 8-15 July.
CSU acknowledges the culture and insight of Indigenous Australians through our ethos which is clearly described by the Wiradjuri phrase ‘Yindyamarra Winhanganha’. This phrase means 'the wisdom of respectfully knowing how to live well in a world worth living in'.
NAIDOC Week is just one example where we can demonstrate and celebrate how we develop and partner with holistic, far-sighted people who help their communities grow and flourish. Approximately 2.6% of CSU staff are Indigenous and we are supporting over 1100 Indigenous students to achieve their educational goals.
2018 Charles Sturt University NAIDOC Awards
The National NAIDOC theme for 2018 is 'Because of her, we can'. This represents a focus on the active and significant roles that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women play across the country.
This year, CSU is calling for nominations to award Indigenous women who are influencing and shaping our local communities. Awards will be given at the local morning tea celebrations that are being held on each campus during NAIDOC Week.
Anybody can nominate, including staff, students and community members. We encourage you to make a nomination to help us celebrate and share the stories of local women who are making a difference.
Making a nomination
Nominating is easy!
You can either write your nomination or submit a short video narrative (no more than 3 minutes) along with the form.
Please see below for nomination closing dates by campus location.
Join us for the celebrations
Please join us for the celebrations! Students, staff and community members are all welcome.
Email your RSVP and campus location to email@example.com
|Wagga Wagga||10.30am Tuesday 10th July 2018||The Hub||30th June 2018|
|Bathurst||10.30am Friday 13th July 2018||
James Hardie Room, |
Centre for Professional Development
|30th June 2018|
|Orange||TBC Oct/Nov (in line with other community NAIDOC events)||To be confirmed||TBC later in the year|
|Dubbo||10:30am Friday 13th July 2018||Main foyer||4th July 2018|
|Port Macquarie||12.00pm Wednesday 11th July 2018||Indigenous Student Centre||25th July, 2018|
|Albury-Wodonga||9.30am Friday 13th July 2018||Winan-Gidyal Centre|
( located on the first floor of the Gordon Bevan Building)
|4th July 2018|