How do Indigeneity and gender intersect? Watch the Transformations conversation between Sarah Lynn Rees (Palawa) and Carroll Go-Sam (Dyirbal bama) in which they examine the issues.

Sarah Lynn Rees (Palawa, JCB Architects) and Carroll Go-Sam (Dyirbal bama, UQ) discuss the intersections of Indigeneity and gender.

This session follows an introduction and Acknowledgement of Country by Georgia Birks.


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Transformations: Action on Equity was the second ABP Symposium, presented by the Melbourne School of Design and Parlour, November 14–15, 2019.