The Indigenous Affairs and Public Administration: Can't be do better? conference brought together experts, public sector leaders and critical Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander voices, as well as Indigenous perspectives from New Zealand, Canada and the United States.
The speakers sparked ’courageous conversations’ around the need for change in Indigenous policy, the need to respect and learn from Indigenous culture and the best ways to ensure genuine involvement of Indigenous people and communities in policy development and implementation.
You can view biographies of the Conference speakers below.
Professor Ian Anderson AOInala CooperArapata HakiwaiProfessor Steve LarkinGeraint MartinAndrea MasonProfessor Martin Nakata Professor Aileen Moreton-RobinsonMichelle PattersonDr Martin Parkinson AOGregory PhillipsDr Sandra PhillipsDr George QuezadaProfessor Robynne QuigginDr Will SandersProfessor Chris SarraJoy SavageDr Julianne SchultzProfessor Juanita SherwoodProfessor Ken SmithLeila SmithBrendan ThomasProfessor Maggie WalterDr Shawn Wilson