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PROGRAM


Welcome to the WIN Journey Day 1: sunDay 26 may 2013 2 pm—opening ceremony of the world indigenous network conference DArWIN CoNvENTIoN CENTrE AuDITorIuM The opening ceremony performances will be a creative expression of the rich, ancient and vibrant diversity of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and cultures, intrinsic to our nation’s identity.

• Journey with us and explore the beginning of the World Indigenous Network.

• Meet our MCs—World Indigenous Network

National Advisory Group co-chair Melissa George and actor and activist Chaske Spencer of the Lakota Sioux Tribe.

• Watch traditional dancers take to the stage, welcoming you to Darwin and beginning our discussion.

• Hear about the beginning of the WIN journey from Wayne Bergmann, Indigenous rights advocate and driver of social change.

• Be inspired by innovation advocate

Anil Gupta, who created the Honey Bee Network to support grassroots innovators who are rich in knowledge, but not in resources.

• And share your story with other land and sea managers from around the world.

evening activity— minDil Beach markets There will be a limited shuttle bus service from the conference venue to Mindil Beach Markets. The markets are an iconic Darwin activity with food stalls and more than a hundred arts stalls. relax and unwind close to the beach.

Shuttle bus to the markets

conference registration

From 5 pm to 5.45 pm from the conference venue to the markets.

Welcome to Darwin and the World Indigenous Network Conference 2013. The registration and information desk is located on the ground floor near the Darwin Convention Centre entrance.

Shuttle bus pickup from the Mindil Markets From 7.30 pm to 8.15 pm to return delegates to accommodation. Mindil Beach is the closest beach to the central part of Darwin. You can walk there from Darwin city centre or take a bus no. 4 or 6.

registrations oPen saturday from 1 pm to 5 pm sunday from 8 am to 2 pm Please register as early as possible. The registration desk will be open from 7.30 am to 6 pm from Monday to Wednesday for all your needs.

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Day 2: monDay 27th may 2013

morning session

morning theme—territories, lanDs anD waters 8.30 am

Conference doors open

9.00 am – 9.15 am

Welcome to the conference (2nd day)

Melissa George, Chair, National Advisory Group and Chaske Spencer, united Global Shift auDitorium

9.15 am – 9.30 am

Introduction to the Magic Canoe

Eric Young, Founder and president of E-Y-E The Social Projects Studio auDitorium

9.30 am – 10.00 am

Keynote speaker

Prof. James Anaya, uN Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples auDitorium

10.00 am – 10.30 am

morning tea—network huB

10.30 am – 11.15 am

Workshop

11.15 am – 11.30 am

Delegate changeover

11.30 am – 12.00 pm

Indigenous peoples and protected areas in Canada: lessons from the experience of the James Bay Cree Community of Wemindji.

Presenters: Mr Daniel Barrow, Mr Yinimala Gumana and Ms Erica McCreedy Yirralka Rangers, Arnhem Land, Australia

Presenters: Deputy Chief Dennis Georgekish of the Wemindji First Nation and Dr Monica Mulrenna Cree Nation of the Wemindji, Canada

The experience of training courses for Indigenous rangers coordinated by the NGo Equipe de Conservação da Amazônia—ECAM

How cultural sites are complementary to the protected areas in Nepal: innovations for the ground

Workshop

Buffalo management plan: forming collaborative partnerships to protect natural and cultural values with the Laynhapuy Indigenous Protected Area

Presenter: Mr Jailab Kumar ForestAction Nepal

Presenter: Mr Osvaldo Barassi Equipe de Conservação da Amazônia—ECAM / Amazon Conservation Team— ACT Brazil

12.00 pm – 12.15 pm

Delegate changeover

Sweden: a new management of protected areas, where Sami traditional knowledge is of high significance

Two-way learning in the desert

12.15 pm – 12.45 pm

Workshop

12.45 pm – 2.00 pm

lunch—network huB lunchtime talks

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Presenter: Dr Asa Jonsson Laponia World Heritage in Swedish Lapland

Presenters: Mr Peter See and Desert Rangers Kanyirninpa Jukurrpa, WA, Australia


M orning Session

streaming of win conference sessions online If you’re unable to attend the World Indigenous Network Conference key sessions will be steamed online and information posted on the website www.worldindigenousnetwork.net

The program is subject to change without notice. Please refer to the conference website for updates.

youth stream Australia: tagging dugongs—from the Kimberley to Abu Dhabi Presenters: Mr Daniel Oades, Mr Richard Meister and Mr Phillip McCarthy Kimberley Land Council, Australia

Developing models of local Indigenous marine management in the Philippines: the case of Agta-Dumagat-remontado and Tagbanua tribes Presenters: Mr Antonio Bringas and Mr Orlando Arciaga Fauna & Flora International (FFI), Philippines

Ecuador: plurinacionality, territorial self-determination and “Life Plans” in Indigenous nations and Afro-Ecuadorians (I and II). Presenters: Dr Julianna Hazlewood, Mr Aquilino Erazo Caicedo, Mr Manuel Taicuz, Mr Herman Snel, Ms Sonia Tanguila Avady, Ms Paulina Ormaza and Ms Mery Cuesta La Federación de Centros Awá de Ecuador

Manaaki Taha Moana: enhancing coastal ecosystems for Māori Presenter: Dr Huhana Smith Taiao Raukawa Environmental Resource unit, New Zealand

Manage locally— protect globally: shorebird monitoring in Indigenous communities

Youth discussion: Young Indigenous and Local Communty land and sea managers

Presenters: Dr Golo Maurer, Ms Bronwyn Hall and Christy Davies, Birdlife Australia

Facilitated by Johan Vasara and Gavin Singleton

Connecting Indigenous traditional and local knowledge and science—what’s in it for knowledge holders?

Australia: stories of deep time—kids teaching kids in the Willandra Lakes World Heritage Area Presenters: Ms Tanya Charles and Mr Robert Biggs Mungo Youth Project, NSW

Presenters: Ms Grace Balawag, Ms Florence Daguitan, Ms Pernilla Malmer, Mr Prasert Trakansuphakon, Mr Simon Mitambo, Mr Million Belay Tebtebba Foundation, Philippines

Indonesia: mapping, managing, and benefitting from locally managed marine areas

Knowledge sharing partnerships to explore and protect freshwater places

Indigenous partnerships: making sense

Presenter: Mr Cliff Marlessy Indonesia Locally Managed Marine Area Network

Presenters: Ms Christy Davies, Mr Yoshie Akune and Mr Ninjana Walsham North Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance Limited

Presenter: Mr Malcolm Mann Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Australia

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Day 2: monDay 27th may 2013

afternoon session

afternoon theme—communities anD relationshiPs 2.00 pm – 2.30 pm

Keynote speaker

Deputy Grand Chief Ashley Iserhoff, Grand Council of the Crees auDitorium

2.30 pm – 3.00 pm

Keynote speaker

Mr Jon Petter Gintal, Sami Parliament auDitorium

3.00 pm – 3.15 pm

Delegate changeover—move to afternoon workshops

Shaping a future: a story of community governance on Atauro, Timor-Leste

Australia: the IPA way Joint presentation with the Southern Tanami Indigenous Protected Area 3.15 pm – 4.00 pm

Workshop

4.00 pm – 4.30 pm

afternoon tea—network huB

Presenters: Mr Avelino Fernandez and Mr Marcel Soares Roman Luan, Timor Leste

Presenters: Ms Chrissy Grant, Mr Eddie Robertson, Mrs Lottie Robertson, Mr Preston Kelly and Ms Christine Michaels Indigenous Protected Areas

Australia: Kungun Ngarrindjeri Yunnan (listen to what Ngarrindjeri have to say). Caring for Ngarrindjeri lands, waters, people and all living things

Australia: the evolution of traditional use of marine resources agreements on the Great Barrier reef Presenters: Mr John Tapim and Ms Liz Wren Indigenous Partnerships, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority

4.30 pm – 5.00 pm

Workshop

Presenters: Mr Steve Hemming and Mr Tim Hartman, Mr Lachlan Sutherland and Mr Clyde Rigney Ngarrindjeri Regional Authority, South Australia

5.00 pm – 5.15 pm

Delegate changeover

Aloha `Āina: a framework for biocultural resource management in Hawaii’s anthropogenic ecosystems

Saving endangered sea turtles using conservation deed trust

5.15 pm – 5.45 pm

Workshop

close Day 2

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Presenter: Dr Kehaulani Watson Honua Consulting, Hawaii, uSA

Presenter: Mr Wenceslaus Magun Mas Kagin Tapani, PNG


A fternoon Session streaming of win conference sessions online If you’re unable to attend the World Indigenous Network Conference key sessions will be steamed online and information posted on the website www.worldindigenousnetwork.net The program is subject to change without notice. Please refer to the conference website for updates.

Local community strategies to protect rio de Janeiro cultural landscape from the perspective of a local citizen

New South Wales, Australia marine parks and Aboriginal cultural fishing

Presenter: Mr Guilherme Mendonca

Community protocols: affirming stewardship rights over territories and waters Presenters: Mr Gino Cocchiaro and Mr Hassan Guyo Roba Natural Justice: lawyers for communities and the environment, South Africa

youth stream

Presenters: Mr Wally Stewart, and Prof Stephan Schnierer Southern Cross university, Australia

Australia: developing an ancestral domain planning framework (a case study from the Philippines)

Presenter: Ms Zelda Hilly WorldFish, Solomon Islands

Presenter: Mr Fred Hooper Northern Basin Aboriginal Nations

Presenter: Miss Keidy Transfiguracion Asia Pacific Indigenous Youth Network (APIYN)

Presenters: Prof Stephan Schnierer, Mr John Scott International Indigenous Forum on Biodiversity (IIFB) network on 10(c), facilitated by the Forest Peoples Programme (FPP)

Challenges and pathways to acheiving cultural empowerment in the northern Murray-Darling

Philippines: participatory video process: a tool of empowering Indigenous people

Expanding and strengthening an Indigenous and Local Community network on customary sustainable use (CBD Article 10c)

Presenter: Mr Kenneth Stewart Mallee Catchment Management Authority

Home grown early action plan for climate change adaptation in Solomon Island community

Presenter: Mr Conrad Browne Gwa’sala’Nakwaxda’xw Nations, Canada

Presenter: Mr Jayson Ibanez Charles Darwin university

murray Darling Basin Presentations Managing the Murray-Darling Basin together

Junior watchmen training program

The Gabbie Kylie Foundation as community natural and cultural heritage management: A case study from southern Western Australia Presenter: Doc Reynolds

Creating our own environmental education program: bridging knowledge between elders and children across twenty-seven primary schools in Papua and Southeast Moluccas Presenter: Ms Elizabeth Holle BrowneCommunity Based Marine Management Foundation, Indonesia

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Day 3: tuesDay 28th may

morning session

morning theme—cultures anD knowleDge 8.00 am

Conference doors open

8.30 am

Welcome to the conference (3rd Day) Melissa George and Chaske Spencer auDitorium

9.00 am – 9.30 am

Keynote speaker

Peter Yu, Chair, Northern Australian Indigenous Land and Sea Management Alliance auDitorium

9.30 am – 10.00 am

Keynote speaker

Tā Mark Solomon, New Zealand auDitorium

10.00 am – 10.30 am

morning tea—network huB

Transferring and using of traditional ecological knowledge among Sámi reindeer herding women

10.30 am- 11.15 am

Workshop

11.15 am – 11.30 am

Delegate changeover

Presenters: Ms Ida Sunna, Mrs Berit Inga and Mrs Inger-Elisabeth Utsi Ájtte— Swedish Mountain and Sámi museum, Sweden

Community based environmental education in Mongolia

11.30 am – 12.00 pm

Workshop

12.00 pm – 12.15 pm

Delegate changeover

Presenter: Mrs Tungalagtuya Khuukhenduu Nomadic Nature Conservation, Mongolia

The role of Indigenous women in decision making and cultural landscape protection Presenters: Mrs Irene Davey and Mrs Ariadne Gorring Kimberley Land Council, Australia

‘The land and the sea can’t talk, we have to talk for them’: working together to care for country—collective painting projects and land and sea rights claims Presenters: Mr Djambawa Marwili AM and Ms Annette Cogolo The Association of Northern Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists (ANKAAA), Australia

Australia: capturing traditional ecological knowledge in the Torres Strait Presenter: Mr Vic McGrath and Mr Nelson Gibuma Torres Strait Regional Authority

Science and local knowledge: an effective resource managment system in the rural Solomon Islands

12.15 am – 12.45 pm

Workshop

12.45 pm – 2.00 pm

lunch—network huB lunchtime talk—indigenous advisory committee caring for our country strategy information session

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Presenter: Mr Veira Pulekera university of Queensland, Australia


morning session

streaming of win conference sessions online If you’re unable to attend the World Indigenous Network Conference key sessions will be steamed online and information posted on the website www.worldindigenousnetwork.net The program is subject to change without notice. Please refer to the conference website for updates.

Community mangrove aquaculture at Sundarbans impact zone: example of using traditional knowledge in adaptation to climate change

The contribution of an environmental education program to Indigenous knowledge of the Bedouin Community of South Sinai, Egypt

Presenter: Mr Mohammed Abdul Baten unnayan onneshan, Bangladesh

Presenter: Dr Yousria Hamed Nature Conservation Sector, Egyptian Environmental Affairs Agency, Egypt

New tools to support Indigenous land management—The NAILSMA I-Tracker Land Patrol Application

Pimachiowin Aki World Heritage Project Presenter: Ms Sophia Rabliauskas

Presenters: Miss Erica McCreedy and Ms Jenny Creek North Australian Indigenous Land & Sea Management Alliance (NAILSMA), Australia

The land use mapping project: integrating Cree knowledge into forestry planning Presenter: Mr Christopher Beck Cree Regional Authority/Grand Coucil of the Crees (E.I), Canada

Working with Maori building capabiltiy and capacity for conservation on privately owned Maori land: The Nga Whenua rahui story Presenters: Denis Peters, Rapihana (TK) Hawaikirangi and Whakarae Henare.

ranger exchange presentations: 1. Mexico/ Kimberley exchange 2. Africa/Kakadu exchange 3. New Zealand/ Yalata exchange 4. Australia/ Canada exchange 5. Solomon Islands/Torres Strait Islander exchange

Sámi Parliament Presentation: The Sámi people's rights and management of land and natural resources and the World Heritage Laponia. Presenters: Mr Jon Petter Gintal, Mr Johan Vasara and Dr Asa N. Jonsson

Getting the tools right: the ArPNet Dilly Bag and participatory tools for use by Aboriginal people in northern Australia. Presenters: Mr Otto Campion, Dr Bevyline Sithole Charles Darwin university, Research Institute for the Environment and Livelihoods

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Day 3: tuesDay 28th may

afternoon session

afternoon theme—resources anD livelihooDs 2.00 pm – 2.30 pm

Keynote speaker

Ann Marie Sam, Canada auDitorium

2.30 pm – 3.00 pm

Keynote speaker

Maria Augusta Assirati, Deputy President, FuNAI—National Indian Foundation, Brazil auDitorium

3.00 pm – 3.15 pm

Delegate changeover—move to afternoon workshops Traditional fire management

3.15 pm – 4.00 pm

Workshop

4.00 pm – 4.30 pm

afternoon tea—network huB

4.30 pm – 5.00 pm

Workshop

5.00 pm – 5.15 pm

Delegate changeover

5.15 pm – 5.45 pm

Workshop

close Day 3

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Presenters: Mr Dean Yibaruk, Mr Joe Morrison, Mr Sam Johnson, Ms Margaret Jacobsohn and Mr Robin Beatty united Nations university, Traditional Knowledge Initiative

Developing ecotourism to safeguard the forest Presenter: Mr Victor Samuel Rahaovalah Association Anja Miray Ambalavo, Madagascar Please note this presentation will be delivered in french.

GhostNets Australia: Saltwater people working together

Community based sharing benefits from the Ekuri community forest, Nigeria

Presenters: Ms Jen Goldberg, Mr Eli Tabuai, Ms Jane Blackwood and Mr Phillip Mango

Presenter: Chief Edwin Ogar Ekuri Initiative, Nigeria

Indigenous partnerships

Impacts of rainforestation farming to wildlife conservation: the negros oriental experience

Presenters: Bush Heritage with Traditional Owners from the Kimberley, Arnhem Land, Gulf and Cape York Peninsula

Presenter: Mr Apolinario Carino Penagmannaki, Philippines


a fternoon session  

streaming of win conference sessions online If you’re unable to attend the World Indigenous Network Conference key sessions will be steamed online and information posted on the website www.worldindigenousnetwork.net The program is subject to change without notice. Please refer to the conference website for updates.

womens siDe event Win-win: culture, conservation and livelihoods in the Kalahari Presenters: Ms Helena (Luce) Steenkampt, Mr Jacobus (Blade) Wiitbooi and Mrs Phillipa Holden Khomani San Park & Traditional Committee (Bushman Council), South Africa

Arctic food security: building a conceptual framework on how to assess food security from an Inuit perspective Presenter: Mrs Carolina Behe Inuit Circumpolar Council-Alaska, Alaska

Sustainable income of Indigenous community of Torghar, Pakistan: a viable tool for poverty reduction

Land rights and people’s food sovereignty mangrove: case study of Manabi— Ecuador

Presenter: Mr Tahir Rasheed Sustainable use Specialist Group-Central Asia, Pakistan

Presenter: Ms Maria Vera and Mr Jairo Alfredo Diaz Obando Foundation for Research and Social Development— FIDES, Ecuador

Achieving our visions— how do we know if we are making progress

Women’s open forum: women in leadership

Presenters: Mr Dion Creek, Mr Bruce Martin, Ms Melissa Sinclair, Ms Ellie Austin Aak Puul Ngantam (APN) Cape York, Australia

Making a living: how we create a world where we control our own lives

Women’s open forum continued

Presenter: Mr Nolan Hunter Kimberley Land Council, Australia

Please note this presentation will be delivered in spanish.

Ecotourisme: une alternative pour la conservation durable de Hlanzoun et l’amélioration des revenus des communautés locales? Presenter: Mr Sagbo Patrice Representative of Local Communities of Hlanzoun forest, Republic of Benin

Fiji: sustaining biodiversity and livelihoods in the Natewa Tunuloa Peninsula, Fiji

Ngayintharri Gumawarni Ngurra (all you mob here come together and look after country).

Presenter: Mr Silio Lalaqila Sisi Initiative Site Support Group

Presenters: MAC Rangers, Circle of Elders, MAC Board and Woodside

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Day 4: weDnesDay 29th may morning theme—networks anD eXchanges 8.30 am

Conference doors open

9.00 am – 9.15 am

Welcome to the conference (4th Day) Melissa George and Chaske Spencer auDitorium

9.15 am – 9.45 am

Keynote speaker

9.45 am – 11.00 am

Facilitation session 1—all delegates to break into groups

Workshop theme: win framework and principles

Workshop theme: hosting structures

11.00 am – 11.30 am

morning tea—network huB

Networking for the respectful and appropiate recognition of the territories and areas conserved by Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities (ICCAs)

Nobodyz Trash—Indigenous Marine Debris Network

11.30 am – 12.15 pm

Dr Taghi Farvar, President, Indigenous Peoples and Local Communities (ICCAs) Consortium auDitorium

Presenters: Ms Chels Marshall, Prof Steve Smith, Ms Kai Henifin, Ms Jyl Wheaton and Mr Tim Exley Gumma Indigenous Protected Area, Australia

Presenters: Dr Taghi Farvar, Mr Giovanni Reyes, Ms Chrissy Grant, Mr Sudeep Jana Thing and Mrs Sarah Fortune ICCA Consortium, Switzerland

Workshop

Please note, this session will include the launch of the icca toolkit and will end at 12:45 pm

12.15 pm – 2.30 pm

eXtenDeD networking lunch—network huB

afternoon theme—the future of the worlD inDigenous network

2.30 pm – 3.30 pm

Main plenary: facilitation report panel

3.30 pm – 4.00 pm

Tell us what you think: audience feedback and Q&A session auDitorium

4.00 pm

closing ceremony

Farewell to delegates

Melissa George and Chaske Spencer auDitorium

closing Performance

4.25 pm – 4.40 pm

close Day 4

Facilitators from break out groups report back on key learnings from delegates auDitorium


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Workshop theme: sustainable funding

Workshop theme: Building an enduring network

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Workshop theme: creating links

Sharing stories and building networks—Central Land Council ranger program in the spotlight

Indonesia: rangers without borders finding inspiration through exchange

Building grassroots support for conservation through Local Conservation Group site exchanges within Important Bird Area (IBA) sites in Fiji

Australian Indigenous ranger Network

Presenters: Ms Shannon Dixon, Mr Damien Williams, Ms Serena Presley, Mr Terence Abbott, Mr Richard Furber Central Land Council, Australia

Presenters: Ms Maggie Muurmans and Mr Gavin Enever Yayasan Pulau Banyak Marine Turtle Programme

Presenter: Mrs Mere Valu NatureFiji MareqetiViti

(National Advisory Group and Indigenous Advisory Committee Support)


Tour program

DAY 5 AND 6 NORTHERN TERRITORY TOUR PROGRAM 30–31 May 2013 The last two days of the conference, 30–31 May, have trips and to enjoy a unique experience with Aboriginal guides. These trips will be at an additional cost to Park, Tiwi Islands, Arnhem Land and Kakadu National Park in the Northern Territory. and would still like to participate, please email groups@territorydiscoveries.com or call 1800 642 343 to see if places may still be available. Please quote WINC13 when booking. For more information, including costs, please visit www.territorydiscoveries.com/partners/worldindigenous-network-conference following contact in the event of an emergency or for any last minute enquiries: Becky Forrest—Territory Discoveries T: 08 8999 3930 M: 0447 825 462 E: becky.forrest@territorydiscoveries.com

Litchfield National Park—day trip Local Indigenous woman Tess Atie will lead the insight into the area and its history from an Aboriginal viewpoint. Visit some of the Top End’s most spectacular swimming spots, including Florence and Wangi falls. You will discover spectacular landscapes, fascinating pioneer heritage and a rich Aboriginal tradition. This tour is designed to gain a deeper understanding of Aboriginal life, its relationship to country and its place in modern society. This tour includes transfers to and from your hotel in Darwin.

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Tiwi Islands —day trip A day tour to Bathurst Island provides a unique and rare opportunity to Image © DSEWPaC experience an Aboriginal community and learn about the history and the culture of the Tiwi people. Highlights include morning tea with the ‘Tiwi Tea Ladies’ and the smoking ceremony to bless the visitors. Delegates need to make their own way to the Darwin airport. Please see transport options in the delegate guidebook.

Arnhem Land—day trip If you're seeking stunning billabongs, towering escarpment and Indigenous culture far away from the crowds—experience a full day in Arnhem Land. Visit Injalak Art Centre, see Aboriginal artists at work and visit Western Arnhem Land's most acclaimed rock art with an Aboriginal guide. This tour includes transfers to and from your hotel in Darwin.

Kakadu National Park—overnight stay Join a private two-day Kakadu charter to view ancient Aboriginal rock art at Ubirr. Join the famous Yellow Water billabong cruise to observe saltwater crocodiles region. Visit the Warradjan Cultural Centre where you will have the opportunity to participate in basket weaving, dot painting and an Aboriginal guided tour of the centre. This exclusive itinerary has been designed understanding of the past and current traditions of Aboriginal life in the Territory. This tour includes transfers to and from your hotel in Darwin.

WIN Conference Program  

The opening ceremony performances will be a creative expression of the rich, ancient andvibrant diversity of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torr...