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Self-guided historical walking tours: These walking tours are accessed via the Sydney Culture Walks app and highlight Aboriginal history, heritage & culture: https://www.sydneyculturewalksapp.com/barani-redfern 
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Doyen Radcliffe

Indigenous Community Volunteers
Regional Manager
Perth
Doyen Radcliffe is a Yamatji Naaguja Wajarri man from the Midwest Region of Western Australia. Doyen  is a community minded individual with a passion for empowering  Indigenous communities to reach their real potential to improve  quality of life, health, social and economic wellbeing and inclusion within Australian society.

Presently Doyen works as a Regional Manager with the Indigenous Community Volunteers based in Perth, WA and was former Regional Manager for the Darwin office. Doyen oversees community developments activities in WA and is working towards to delivering global best practice community development works with First Nation communities. Doyen was a member of ICV Participatory Monitoring and Evaluation working group to improve the way ICV works and capturing impact and change in the communities ICV works with. In addition, Doyen worked with others to develop ICV’s Community Development Framework that has been incorporated into ICV project management database further developed as a document and tool to assist ICV’s Community Development Officers with their ongoing work.

Doyen is a Board member to the Australian Evaluation Society and currently Doyen is the Vice President of AES. The purpose of his appointment is to strengthen and build Indigenous and non-Indigenous capacity in culturally safe evaluation theory, practice and use.