Kapululangu’s Circles of Cultural Learning Pathways (CCL) is an intergenerational cultural healing and education program.
CCL is a whole-of-life, whole-of-community program which centralises the women elders as cultural teachers and healers. It assists the women elders who care for the wellbeing of their grannies and great-grannies, and all their families and communities.
CCL aims to engage every sector of the community in a spectrum of activities which advance connectedness with self, kin, Country and Tjukurrpa (cosmos).
CCL is based on traditional methods of incremental life-long teaching and learning under the guidance of the elders. By participating in Law and Culture activities with their elders, participants of all ages are “grown up, strong for Law, strong for Culture”.
The CCL Pathways are fed by Four Culture Kiliki (Rivers):
Cultural Education, Cultural Healing, Cultural Safety and Cultural Community Development. CCL draws on the strengths of the local Indigenous people to deal with locally-identified social matters. It is a local solution to matters that concern the local community. It has been internally developed not externally imposed.