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Braden Hill

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Braden Hill is a Nyungar Wardandi man from the south-west of Western Australia. Braden was the head of Murdoch University’s Kulbardi Aboriginal Centre.[1] Professor Hill currently holds a position of Pro Vice Chancellor at Edith Cowan University[2]

Early Career[edit | edit source]

Whilst a student, he was active in climate change politics working with the Australian Youth Climate Coalition in supporting the United Nations World Indigenous Caucus [3] representing the concerns of the world’s Indigenous people at UNFCCC Conference of Parties in both Copenhagen (2009) wer Durban (2011). Braden was valedictorian of his graduating year.

Awards[edit | edit source]

In 2011, Braden was the winner of the NAIDOC Indigenous Youth of the Year [4] for his commitment to Indigenous education. His research interests relate to Indigenous education, identity politics, queer identities in education wer transformative learning." [5]

  1. KULBARDI ABORIGINAL CENTRE. Murdoch University. Retrieved 18 January 2019
  2. https://www.ecu.edu.au/about-ecu/executive-team/professor-braden-hill Professor Branden Hill EUC profile, retrieved Nov 2020
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