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Yiriman Project

 

Description

The Yiriman Project is an intergenerational, on-Country cultural program, conceived and developed directly by Elders from four Kimberley language groups. The program is based out of Fitzroy Crossing in Western Australia. The aim of the organisation is to 'build stories in young people,' and it takes young people on Country to:

The Yririman Project is a non-incorporated Aboriginal organisation, auspiced by the Kimberley Aboriginal Law and Culture Centre (KALACC).

Abstract adapted from Yiriman Project

Contacts

The Yiriman Project
PO Box 110
Fitzroy Crossing WA 6765

Women's Project Coordinator
Ph: 0439 648 020
Email: yirimanwomen@westnet.com.au

Men's Project Coordinator
Ph: 0428 764 269
Email: yiriman@westnet.com.au

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Last updated: 13 April 2017
 
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