On Friday 4 August SUPRA proudly sponsored the 2023 Indigenous Knowledges Symposium. Attendees heard from three deadly HDR students from a variety of disciplines. Irene Wardle spoke about the experiences of Aboriginal families with the family group conference model in NSW. Brendan Loizou discussed some of the complexities of legal pluralism in a settler-colonial context, and the use of interpreters for First Nations Peoples in justice contexts. Terrence Wright showed us some of the culturally modified living trees created by First Nations Peoples around the world, dispelling the myth that culturally modified living trees are an eastern Australian phenomena.

On behalf of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Equity Network, a huge thank you to these wonderful presenters; to all who attended; and to SUPRA, who continues to support the work of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students across the University of Sydney.