The Indigenous Cultural Competency for Legal Academics Program (ICCLAP) aims to increase the inclusion of Indigenous cultural competency in legal education with a view to improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student outcomes in law, and developing Indigenous cultural competency in all students, leading to better legal service delivery for Indigenous communities in the long term. ICCLAP is a cross institutional project involving five universities including the University of New England, University of Technology (Sydney), RMIT University, Australian National University, and Queensland University of Technology. The project is funded by the Australian Government Department of Education and Training.
The project’s objectives are to:
An Introduction to ICCLAP
The three faces of the cube represent Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and 'Australian' cultures, with the top square representing the meeting of cultures - both Indigenous and western - in the Australian context. The gap between the squares shows the learning journey between cultures. The design demonstrates the relationships, the learning journey and the distinct differences between cultures, that the ICCLAP project embraces and respects.
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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF COUNTRY
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.
Support for this project has been provided by the Australian Government Department for Education and Training. The views in this project do not necessary reflect the views of the Australian Government Department for Education and Training.
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