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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 
https://www.sydneyculturewalksapp.com/barani-warrane
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Megan Williams

​University of Technology Sydney
Senior Lecturer​ and Head, Girra Maa Indigenous Health Discipline
Dr Megan Williams is Senior Lecturer and Head of the Indigenous Health Discipline at the Graduate School of Health and a Wiradjuri descendent through her father’s family. She has over 20 years’ experience combining health service delivery, evaluation and research, particularly at the nexus of justice and health. Megan developed the Ngaa-bi-nya Aboriginal program evaluation framework which has been used in justice, health and Aboriginal community program contexts. Megan is Chief Investigator on an ARC-funded partnership with Ted Noffs Foundation, an NHMRC-funded action research project to develop post-prison release support for young women, and the Lowitja Institute-funded ‘Ngadhuri-nya: To care for’ intergenerational incarceration impacts study associated with the NSW Child Development Study. Through independent media outlet Croakey.organd teaching at post-graduate level Megan is active in translating research for general community use and workforce development.