2022 Conference Dinner


2400 Indigenous education representatives from 90 countries met in Tarndanya (Adelaide), the Kaurna Nation of South Australia, plus 500 ‘virtual’ delegates.

Program overview


WIPCE 2022 featured over 300 keynote presentations, workshops and cultural performances over 5 days delivered by First Nation educators across the world.

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Opening Ceremony

The WIPCE opening ceremony and parade of First Nations welcomed delegates and celebrated the conference themes of Indigenous Education Sovereignty.

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WIPCE Closing Ceremony

The International WIPCE Council congratulates our sisters and brothers at Te Ara Poutama, Faculty of Māori Development, Aotearoa to host the World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Education in November 2025.

A Global Family

The World Indigenous Peoples’ Conference on Education is the world’s largest and most diverse Indigenous education forum.

WIPCE 2022 was hosted through a partnership of the the South Australian Aboriginal Education and Training Consultative Council (SAAETCC) and Tauondi Aboriginal College.

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