Speakers

All presenters

Presenter/s Presentation Date
Ian Anderson Day 3 - Transformation keynote address 23 Mar 2017 Professor Ian Anderson is the Pro Vice-Chancellor (Engagement) and foundation chair for Indigenous Higher Education at the University of Melbourne.
Pat Anderson AO Day 1 - Impact keynote address: Things have got to change 21 Mar 2017 Pat Anderson AO is an Alyawarre woman and the Chairperson of the Lowitja Foundation. Ms Anderson is also the Co-chair of the Referendum Council.
Prof Tom Calma Day 2 - Engagement: Keynote Chair/Commentator 22 Mar 2017 Professor Tom Calma is an Elder of the Kungarakan [pron: Koong – ara - kun] people of the Northern Territory and a member of the Iwaidja [pron: Ee-wad-ja] tribal group.
Prof Michael Dodson AM Day 1 - Impact keynote address: The ethics of engagement 21 Mar 2017 Professor Mick Dodson photo Professor Michael (Mick) Dodson AM (Chairperson) is a member of the Yawuru peoples the traditional Aboriginal owners of land and waters in the Broome area of the southern Kimberley region of Western Australia.
Virginia Hart Day 3 - Transformation keynote address 23 Mar 2017 Virginia Hart is the Acting Manager of the Research and Economic Group at the Department of Education and Training.
Moana Jackson Day 2 - Engagement keynote address: transformative research and self-determination 22 Mar 2017 Moana Jackson Ngāti Kahungunu, Rongomaiwahine and Ngati Porou tribes from the east coast of Aotearoa/New Zealand Director of Ngā Kaiwhakamārama i ngā Ture and Lecturer at Te Wānanga o Raukawa, Ōtaki
Prof Marcia Langton A regional approach to Alcohol Management in Northern Australia: Mobility, supply chains and community control 22 Mar 2017 Professor Marcia Langton AM is a descendant of the Iman people of Queensland. She qualified as an anthropologist and geographer, and since 2000 has held the Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne.
Craig Ritchie Cultural Competency 21 Mar 2017 Craig Ritchie was appointed to the position of A/g CEO at AIATSIS in January 2017.  Craig joined AIATSIS as Deputy CEO in April 2016.  Prior to joining AIATSIS Craig worked in other senior roles in the Australian Public Service, most rec
Prof Cindy Shannon Day 2 - Engagement keynote address: Indigenous child protection 22 Mar 2017 Professor Cindy Shannon is a descendent of the Ngugi people from Moreton Bay. In 2011 Cindy was appointed as the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous Education) at The University of Queensland and is also currently the Director of the Poche Centre