WIPCE brings together Indigenous representatives from across the globe to share strategies and developments for Indigenous education and attracts experts, practitioners, scholars, students and communities.
Tauondi Aboriginal College in partnership with the SA Education and Training Consultative Council is honoured to host the next Worlds Indigenous Peoples Conference on Education (WIPCE) in Adelaide in 2020.
The Adelaide Convention Centre is a leading-edge 3500 delegate venue on the banks of the River Torrens, Tarndanya (Adelaide), situated on the lands of the Kaurna Nation of South Australia.
Professor Peter Buckskin, Chair, WIPCE 2020
Welcome to the WIPCE 2020 Panpapanpalya (conference) with the theme Indigenous Education Sovereignty: Our Voices …Our Futures.
Help us celebrate and share our culture and knowledges in this exciting international event with other Indigenous global citizens hosted by descendants of the oldest living culture of humanity.
Follow the WIPCE news page for conference updates including program details, call for abstracts and registration.
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