It is our responsibility to genuinely and actively involve First Nations Australian, Maori and Pasifika peoples and their representative bodies in all aspects of addressing health and wellbeing needs.
This week’s guest Indi Clarke is the Executive Officer of the Koorie Youth Council and takes great pride contributing to work that gives back to his communities.
Born in Melbourne and raised in Mildura on Latji Latji Country, Indi Clarke is a proud Mutti Mutti, Wemba Wemba, Boon Wurrung, Trawlwoolway and Lardil man. He is a passionate advocate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the power of strength-based approaches and Aboriginal knowledge systems.
Indi believes that the path to positive change starts with empowered families and communities as well as a holistic approach to healing and wellbeing.
Indi joins me to share his knowledge and insights from his last 5 years as the Executive Officer of Koorie Youth Council, and their framework for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth participation, the first resource of its kind in the country.