1. 'Brackish Water' Metaphor told by - Ganygulpa Dhurrkay, Milingimbi, Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia is an intercultural learning metaphor used in the Northern Territory Department of Education (NT DoE) professional learning resource 'Cultures of Collaboration' Program (CCP) were metaphors are used to show links between seemingly contradictory events, situations and circumstances.
    Metaphors offer insights in to how to proceed in complex, often insurmountable situations and challenges. This metaphor reminds us to tune-in to alternative views to our own and to know that through conflict there are also opportunities to grow and be together in a creative, productive space.

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