• Book and DVD kit

    The kinship system is a foundation of the Aboriginal social organisation, a complex system that not only determines how people relate to each other, but governs the roles and obligations towards each other and the Land. The kinship system differ from region to region, but they have one thing in common: the kin terms that used for blood relatives are extended to every people in the social world, to outsiders or `newcomers`, even to the non-human world. If you wish to learn about Aboriginal culture, studying kinship is the first step you need to take.

  • Book and CD kit

    Gupapuyŋu is one of the languages of the Yolŋu Matha language group spoken in Northeast Arnhem Land. The Aboriginal people who are living in this area call themselves Yolŋu; it is common that a Yolŋu person speaks three or four different languages. The Gupapuyŋu is spoken in the Miliŋimbi area, although it is understood in the whole region by many of the Yolŋu clans.

  • Pocket book and CD kit. `Learning Djambarrpuyŋu, no matter how little, demostrates a recognition of and respect for Aboriginal culture and creates a meeting point upon which relationships can be built.`

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