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Mabu liyan – Yawuru’s conceptions of living well in connection with country, culture, others and with oneself



Eunice Yu and Mandy Yap


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Wednesday, 3 February, 2021 - 12:00 to 13:00

Indigenous peoples around the world describe living well from a relational perspective. For the Yawuru, traditional owners of Broome in WA, mabu liyan explains how country, culture, community are interconnected and indivisible, all equally important for individual and collective wellbeing. Narratives from Yawuru women and men show there is no one single conceptualisation of mabu liyan.

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