This Social Sciences Week event is presented by the School of Government and International Relations (SGIR), Griffith University’s Indigenous Research Unit (IRU), and the Centre for Governance and Public Policy (CGPP).
An expert panel drawn from our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities will explore how cultural voice can be utilised and embedded within the community as a whole. The panel will discuss how cultural voice is expressed and utilised to influence public policies and outcomes at the inter-face between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australia.
• Phillip Brooks, Commissioner – Queensland Family and Child Commission
• Uncle Bill Buchanan – Consultant, and Board member – Reconciliation Queensland
• Clinton Schultz – Founder – Maramuli Consultations
• Natalie Lewis – CEO, Queensland Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Child Protection Peak
• Professor Boni Roberton – Director of Indigenous Community Engagement, Policy and Partnerships (ICEPP) and Director Indigenous Research Unit, Griffith University
Time: 5:30pm for 6:00 – 8:30pm
Refreshments will be served following the panel discussion.
Free admission. RSVP is essential for catering purposes. Please click here to register.
RSVP by Thursday, 5 September.
For more information contact: Tracee McPate firstname.lastname@example.org or 07 3735 4032.