White Noise - Episode 6: Trailblazing for cultural safety and cultural strength with Adjunct Professor Janine Mohamed
Show Notes - Episode Six – Trailblazing for cultural safety and cultural strength with Adjunct Professor Janine Mohamed
It is a privilege to share this conversation with Adjunct Professor Janine Mohamed, who is a Narrunga Kaurna woman and CEO of the Lowitja Institute.
This podcast was recorded on Wurundjeri Country at the offices of the Lowitja Institute.
The White Noise podcast is hosted by Jaynaya Dwyer, Research Fellow at the Indigenous Law and Justice Hub. Thanks to Eddie Cubillo and Kristi Young for their assistance with the production of this episode.
The soundtrack, White Noise, is written and performed by John Wayne Parsons (Yuggerabul Meriam Le). We are grateful to John Wayne for lending his voice to this program.
Our sincere to the staff of the MLS digital studio for the production of this podcast:
- Greta Robenstone – production
- Ben Chandler – Sound Mixing
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More information on the episode
You can learn more about the themes discussed in this episode through the following resources:
We discussed the 2021 publication Culture is Key: Towards cultural determinants driven health policy.
A great place to start learning about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health is Mayi Kuwayu, the National Study of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Wellbeing.
We also discussed the Wiyi Yani U Thangani (Women’s Voices) report from the Australian Human Rights Commission. You can read the report and access further resources from the project here.
For more information about the Birthing on Country movement you can watch the film Djakamirr, which features Adjunct Professor Mohamed.
Finally we encourage you to continue to explore the work of Dr Irihapeti Ramsden on cultural safety.
White Noise podcast episodes
- Episode One – The ATSIC Chronicles: reflections from the journey and lessons for the Voice
- Episode Two – Reimagining Royal Commissions: giving up power with Yoorrook Commissioner Sue-Anne Hunter
- Episode Three - One Whānau (family) and Two PhDs, Ethyl & Erin's Haerenga (journey) so far with Ethyl Renata and Erin Roxburgh Makea
- Episode Four - A state where equality is non-negotiable with LGBTIQ+ Communities Commissioner, Dr Todd Fernando.
- Episode Five - A Masterclass in Lawyering with Judge David Woodroffe
- Episode Six - Trailblazing for cultural safety and cultural strength with Adjunct Professor Janine Mohamed
- Episode Seven - The Referendum Special: How are we feeling about the vote on the Voice?