WIPCE is the largest, most diverse Indigenous education forum in the world, bringing together delegates to share strategies for culturally grounded education.
Membership of the WIPCE Council is open to all former WIPCE Chairs and Co-ordinators, in order to re-affirm the vision and integrity of WIPCE conferences.
The 12th WIPCE Conference hosted delegates from across the world at Tarndanya, (Adelaide), the home of the Kaurna Nation of South Australia.
Dr Verna J. Kirkness, WIPCE Founder and Patron
35 Years of WIPCE
We have just experienced yet another WIPCE that has in the past 35 years travelled the world.
Praise to all who carry on the work for by doing so and caring, we honour our ancestors as we strive to live true to ourselves as Indigenous people.Message from our Founder
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