Inaugural Roundtable Discussion – Social Stability in Indigenous Communities

The Chamber today hosted its inaugural Roundtable Discussion on the topic of Social Stability in Indigenous communities.

Respect

Many thanks to today’s Roundtable participants – Caroline Aebersold, Rev Bill Crews, Megan Davis, Jeremy Donovan, Marcia Ella-Duncan OAM, Mick Gooda, Sue Gordon AM, Deborah Homewood, Colleen Marion, Justin Mohamed, Phil Naden, Lisa O’Brien, Bess Price, Louise Taylor, Annie Vanderwick and Mark Watt and to our Chamber directors in attendance – Nyunggai Warren Mundine, Sheila McGregor and Elizabeth Henderson.

Many thanks also to our Event Partners Gilbert + Tobin and MAXNetWork.

The Chamber will be hosting a series of Roundtable Discussions on the four principles outlined in Nyunggai Warren Mundine’s speech at the Garma Festival this year – Governance, Land Ownership, Social Stability and Openness. The Roundtable Discussions bring together people from a broad range of expertise, experiences and opinion to discuss the ideas in the speech with open, robust & constructive discussion and also to  bring people together who are actively engaged in working on these issues.

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