Cultural Protocol

Cultural Protocol

Aim:
The aim of this assignment is to explore, understand and express the cultural protocols and Country relationships a particular Indigenous community has with its Country and its expectations as to reciprocity, respect, equality, responsibility, survival and protection, and spirit and integrity. The agenda is upon the understandings and engagements with Indigenous communities and their knowledge systems and relationships to Country, to inform built environment professional practice activities and obligations. The purpose is to assemble a protocol guide that summarises and presents a synthesis of the above information.

The purpose is to assemble a protocol guide that summarises and presents a synthesis of the above information.

Task:
Explore the hardcopy and digital literature available for a particular country and undertake a compilation and synthesis of this information. Paper sub‐sections could be (and not inclusive or in any order):Cover, Table of contents, Map, Consultation protocols, The community, Acknowledgements, Introduction, Historical context, (Land) Our story, Dreamtime Beliefs and Stories, References, Trading systems, Seasons, Language, Food, Animal food, Fire, Place names

The description:
The individual to assemble an illustrated cultural protocol guide the summarises and presents a synthesis of the cultural protocols and ‘country’ relationships a particular indigenous community has with its ‘country’ and its expectations as to reciprocity, respect, equality, responsibility, survival and protection, and spirit and integrity.

Detail of output:
The individual authored written submission comprising 3000 words maximum and 20 A4 pages maximum, to be suitably illustrated and referenced.

The agenda is upon the understandings and engagements with Indigenous communities and their knowledge systems and relationships to Country, to inform built environment professional practice activities and obligations. The purpose is to assemble a protocol guide that summarises and presents a synthesis

•Cover
•Table of contents
•Map
•Consultation protocols
•The community
•Acknowledgements Introduction
•Historical context (Land) Our story
•Dreamtime Beliefs and Stories References
•Trading systems Seasons
•Language Food
•Animal food
•Fire
•Place names