Read the Case Study ‘Jumbun Cultural Engagement’ / working with aboriginal people in australia
Where (geographic location) the program was initiated, The rationale for the program; why was the program initiated? Who the key stakeholders were (who was involved)? Who initiated the program? Who was consulted?
Read the Case Study ‘Jumbun Cultural Engagement’ (see below) and discuss the following: A. Introduction/Background: Where (geographic location) the program was initiated, The rationale for the program; why was the program initiated? Who the key stakeholders were (who was involved)? Who initiated the program? Who was consulted? B. Discussion and Analysis: How does the case study reflect or incorporate the principles of An Aboriginal Worldview and knowledge systems Aboriginal concepts of wellbeing The social determinants of Indigenous health, including the trauma of the Stolen Generation The inequities that have resulted from Australia’s history, including the dominance of non-Indigenous social, economic and political constructs. Aboriginal Community Development Principles Cultural safety and competence Effective cross-cultural communication C. Conclusion: How and why was this program successful? How could you relate the principles learnt to your own future working practice? referencing Use at least ten citations from your readings and/or other academic literature to support your arguments, analysis and conclusion. Please include all your citations in a reference list using HYPERLINK “https://moodle.une.edu.au/mod/url/view.php?id=1343991” o “APA Referencing” APA referencing. Case Study: Jumbun Cultural Engagement It is well documented in literature that passing on and celebrating culture improves the social well-being and health of Aboriginal people. Connecting with the environment and maintaining and sustaining cultural skills are all significant factors that impact on the health and wellbeing of Aboriginal people. Background: The Jumbun community is located at Murray Upper, 40 kilometres south-west of Tully, and has a population of between 160 and 200 people, who are often referred to as the ‘Rainforest people.’ The word ‘Jumbun’ means ‘wood grub.’ The purchase of several sugar cane farms in the Murray Upper area in the 1970s allowed Indigenous people…