EWB Australia aims to work proudly with Aboriginal  and non-Aboriginal Australians to improve the quality of life of Aboriginal people through education and sustainable engineering projects.

Through these projects the engineering profession and Aboriginal Australians will build strong relationships based on a two way sharing of knowledge and cultures. This will further our ultimate goal of a reconciled Australia by becoming more culturally aware and responsible, developing our knowledge and skills, and inspiring others into action.

Latest News

13th November 2016

Young Aboriginal Perspectives on Reconciliation

Merinda Dryden and Indi Clark share their thoughts on reconciliation. And Angela discovers an innovative panel discussion format.

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20th October 2015

National Reconciliation Week Events by state EWB Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Focus Groups

The EWB Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander focus groups around the country contributed to the celebrations for National Reconciliation Week 2015. More details on the individual events can be found in the articles below, with further information and contacts at the end of the articles.

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1st May 2015

Reflections on Cultural Awareness Training

Earlier in the year, EWB NSW Region hosted Cultural Awareness Training to help members develop skills to engage positively with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. 

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19th April 2015

Murray Darling Dialogues 2014 Map

Engineers Without Borders' 2014 Murray Darling Dialogues on Development Study Tour Map. Check it out here!

 

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THEMATIC AREAS


EWB is working with community partners to address humanitarian needs in the following thematic areas: