TCP supports Elders and Communities to be on their own lands. Participating in Elder led mentoring programs and Cultural practices that empower and heal both people and country.
As the Traditional Custodians of Australia First Nation people have respect, knowledge and responsibility for 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 healing, maintenance and proper connection to this land.
TCP has now launched the first Cultural schools in Australia, where people from all walks of life can learn Culture and connectedness to the land and waters. Elders are the teachers and their Community members assist, this creates an independent income stream to the Community, builds Cultural pride and reinforces knowledge sharing directly from Elders to their Community members.
Creating partnerships that are inclusive where First Nation People and the broader Community work together closing the gap one project at a time. An example of this can be seen on the video clip titled Connectedness.
Combining Culture and technology to record for Communities the rich diversity of Cultural practices on traditional lands. And through this the development of Community owned archives for private access and education now and into the future.