International conference on celebration of ​Indigenous Knowledge: contribution of their influence across disciplines

2019 SIETAR Conference:

International conference on celebration of ​Indigenous Knowledge: contribution of their influence across disciplines

 

Presented by SIETAR AUSTRALASIA and the
Office of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership
and Strategy at the University of Canberra

Canberra, Australia

1 - 2 Oct 2019

Conference fees

$180 for Waged

$160 for Early Bird

$120 for Unemployed

$120 for Members

Speakers

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Bruce Pascoe

Indigenous writer

Winner of the

Lifetime Achievement in Literature Award,

Australia Council, 2018

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Jack Waterford

Journalist & Editor-in-Chief
The Canberra Times

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Mark Love

Legal Director

Business & Corporate

Bradley Allen Love Lawyers

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Namadji Ngambri Mingku
aka Shane Mortimer

Namadji-Ngambri Allodial Elder

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Uncle Max Harrison

Yuin Elder

Writer, educator and
expert adviser to The Think Tank for Kangaroos

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Prof. Bill Gammage

Emeritus Professor in the Humanities
Research Centre
Australian National University

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Prof. Leigh Sullivan

Deputy Vice-Chancellor
Research and Innovation


 

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Prof. Peter Radoll

Dean of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leadership and Strategy,

University of Canberra

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Krista Pav

Australian singer-songwriter

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Mojo Juju

Australian singer-songwriter
and guitarist

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Senator Andrew Bragg

Senator for New South Wales

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Damien Miller

Assistant Secretary, Soft Power, Partnerships and Research Branch, Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade;
Co-Faculty Head,
Understanding Australia Faculty,
Australian Government Diplomatic Academy

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William Collins

Aboriginal Legal Service (NSW/ACT)

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Beki Smith

Australian athlete