Danjoo Koorliny is a large-scale, long-term, systems-change
movement designed and led by Aboriginal people to help us all
walk together towards 2029
(200 years of colonisation in Perth), and beyond.
Our initiative, established in 2019, focuses on improving the relationship between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people in Western Australia.
We promote understanding, reconciliation and respect between our communities.
Danjoo Koorliny engages in activities such as community events, workshops, cultural exchanges, on-country experiences and education programs, fostering a deeper understanding of Aboriginal culture, heritage and history. We create opportunities for dialogue, storytelling and sharing knowledge between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people to build stronger relationships and promote reconciliation.
By elevating Aboriginal culture Danjoo Koorliny will create a better future for everyone.
Across our four recognised pillars of environment, social, economic and culture, fundamental change is needed. The time is right to drive significant change for future generations.
The leaders of Danjoo Koorliny are Dr Noel Nannup OAM, Dr Richard Walley OAM, Emeritus Professor Colleen Hayward AM & Carol Innes AM.
Our Ambassadors are The Honourable Kim Beazley AC, Janet Holmes
à Court AC,
Professor Fiona Stanley AC& Professor Stephan Hopper AC.