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Kennedy, Jade E. Mr

Faculty Member

  • Indigenous Lecturer and Knowledge Holder - Learning, Teaching & Curriculum 2017 -
  • Engineering and Information Sciences Office - 2017

Selected Publications


Impact Story


  • You Can't Say That! is a cultural safety booklet containing a guide to terms that should be used by UOW staff and students to influence change in the space of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander discourse and was released at UOW’s National Close the Gap Day event in March 2019.<br /><br />The booklet represents a collaboration between Catherine Moyle, Teresa Treweek, Pippa Burns, Jade Kennedy and Jaymee Beveridge at Woolyungah Indigenous Centre.<br /><br />This booklet recognises the importance of terminology in decolonising and reconciling the Australian narrative. It respects the significance of the terms and phrases we use when bringing together cultures and peoples sharing Country. Importantly, it is an opportunity for us to challenge the practice that is present currently when speaking, writing and thinking about the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia.<br /><br />The booklet can be found here: <a href="https://documents.uow.edu.au/content/groups/public/@web/@wic/documents/doc/uow257281.pdf" title="You Can't Say That!" target="_blank" rel="noopener">https://documents.uow.edu.au/content/groups/public/@web/@wic/documents/doc/uow257281.pdf</a>

Selected Publications


Impact Story


  • You Can't Say That! is a cultural safety booklet containing a guide to terms that should be used by UOW staff and students to influence change in the space of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander discourse and was released at UOW’s National Close the Gap Day event in March 2019.<br /><br />The booklet represents a collaboration between Catherine Moyle, Teresa Treweek, Pippa Burns, Jade Kennedy and Jaymee Beveridge at Woolyungah Indigenous Centre.<br /><br />This booklet recognises the importance of terminology in decolonising and reconciling the Australian narrative. It respects the significance of the terms and phrases we use when bringing together cultures and peoples sharing Country. Importantly, it is an opportunity for us to challenge the practice that is present currently when speaking, writing and thinking about the relationship between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia.<br /><br />The booklet can be found here: <a href="https://documents.uow.edu.au/content/groups/public/@web/@wic/documents/doc/uow257281.pdf" title="You Can't Say That!" target="_blank" rel="noopener">https://documents.uow.edu.au/content/groups/public/@web/@wic/documents/doc/uow257281.pdf</a>
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