Upholding Indigenous Traditions at Mitcham Social

At Mitcham Social, we are steadfast in our commitment to upholding and preserving the traditions, wisdom, and cultural heritage of Indigenous communities, with a particular focus on the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people of the Kulin Nation. Our dedication to this cause is an integral part of our mission to foster cultural awareness, respect, and reconciliation.

We acknowledge the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people as the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we live, work, and create. This acknowledgment reflects the profound connection and respect we have for their enduring heritage.

Upholding Indigenous traditions begins with honoring the Elders, both past and present, who have played a pivotal role in preserving and passing down their cultural knowledge, values, and traditions. Their leadership and dedication are invaluable in Socialise ensuring the continuity of these traditions.

Our organization is committed to learning from the knowledge, sustainable practices, and cultural traditions of Indigenous communities. We aim to incorporate these values into our community’s ethos, making Indigenous traditions an integral part of our identity.

As we move forward, we aim to amplify the voices and contributions of Indigenous communities, recognizing their vital role in shaping the cultural mosaic of our society. Upholding Indigenous traditions at Mitcham Social is a symbol of our unwavering commitment to a shared journey of understanding, respect, and unity for all members of our community.