Yolŋu Aboriginal Consultants Initiative


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Dhanŋgal Gurruwiwi

Dhaŋgal Gurruwiwi

Dhäŋgal Gurruwiwi was a Gälpu clan elder living on her traditional land at Birritjimi. Her traditional language was Dhaŋu. She worked as an educator, an interpreter/translator of Yolŋu languages, was involved in research and consultancy work, and operated a cultural tourism business. She passed away in March 2016.

Her work includes:

Teaching children to know themselves pdf

Intellectual properties pdf – with Yiŋiya Guyula from Teaching from Country

Consultancy contribution to

Gambling and gambling-related harm

Sustainable Housing

Gifted and talented children (text and video interview)

Maths as a cultural practice