Adelaide SA 5000
*Abstract Submissions close November 1, 2019*
WIPCE draws Indigenous representatives from across the globe to share successes and strategies for culturally grounded education.
WIPCE conferences attract Indigenous education experts, practitioners, scholars, students and communities. As a result, WIPCE is the largest and most diverse Indigenous education forum in the world. The 12th WIPCE will be held at Tarndanya (place of the red kangaroo) in South Australia. WIPCE 2020 will feature an exciting Indigenous education program of keynote presentations, networking, interactive workshops, yarning circles, master classes with an associated rich and diverse cultural program.
WIPCE 2020 is calling for conference papers across the broad themes of Sovereignty, Voice and Futures. Delight, provoke, inspire and encourage others through your discussions, critiques, promotions and analyses of education theory, practice, policy and leadership by, through and for Indigenous peoples.
Registrations will open in November 2019.