TCP supports Elders and Communities to be on their traditional lands participating in Elder led Cultural mentoring programs that empower, heal and strengthen both People and Country.
As the Traditional Custodians of Australia we have respect, knowledge and responsibility to the land and waters, it is an integral part of who we are. Through supporting our Elders maintain and teach Culture we are also supporting the proper connection and care of our Country.
In 2021 TCP will launch the first Cultural schools in Australia, where people from all walks of life can come and learn Culture and connection to Country. Elders are the teachers and their Community assists, creating an independent income stream for the Community. This also reinforces Cultural pride and knowledge sharing.
Creating partnerships that are inclusive where First Nation People and the broader Community work together to close the gap, one project at a time. An example of this can be viewed on the video clip titled Connectedness.
TCP are proud to launch the CultureUp movement a campaign that asks Australians to make signs with their own creativity to acknowledge the traditional land they live and work on and to proudly display them at the front of their homes, workplaces and social channels.