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Cammi Murrup-Stewart

Dr Cammi Murrup-Stewart, is Aboriginal woman with close ties to Wurundjeri Country and a family history impacted by the Stolen Generation policies. An Assistant Lecturer (Indigenous) and researcher at the Turner Institute for Brain and Mental Health, Monash University, her research focuses on the social and emotional wellbeing of Aboriginal youth, with an emphasis on building the strategies young mob have for improving their wellbeing and mental health, using Indigenous methodologies, and supporting Indigenous students pursuing higher education. Her research aims to centre the voices of Indigenous peoples and other marginalised groups. Cammi has over 8 years of experience in the international and local community development and health sectors, with a Bachelor and Masters in International Development. She also lives with multiple disabilities and chronic illnesses, and advocates for greater accessibility and inclusion.
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9 months pregnant and Aboriginal

Dr Cammi Murrup-Stewars says that her identity as an Aboriginal woman existing within a settler-colonial world means that her child will always be at risk. That no reconciliation action plan can ensure her daughter's safety. This is what it means to live in the colony as an Indigenous parent.

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