"A community in action: How Walgett is redefining food systems" is a case study we prepared with our Yuwaya Ngarrali partners at UNSW and the Walgett Aboriginal Medical Service for the UN Food Summit in October 2021.
It was submitted alongside the wider report produced with another community in Fiji - citation: Rosewarne E1, Hunnisett C1, Bennett-Brook K, Coombes J, Corby C, Leslie G, McCausland R, McKenzie B, Spencer W, Feeny E2, Webster J2. Whose paradigm counts? An Australia-Pacific perspective on unheard voices in food and water systems. Sydney, Australia: The George Institute for Global Health; 2021.
This logo shows the totem animals of the Dharriwaa Elders Group - Elders from three Aboriginal nations. The wayamba (short-necked turtle) for the Yuwaalaraay people, the dhinawan (emu) for the Ngayiimbaa people, and the bawurra (red kangaroo) for the Gamilaraay people. A gidjiirr (Acacia cambagei), an important hardwood tree for medicine and tools, is in the background