Indigenous Workplace Network: Understanding Constitutional recognition and becoming an advocate
Learn how to become an advocate for Constitutional recognition and the Uluru Statement and hear the latest on the From the Heart campaign and how you can be an ally.
At DCA’s Indigenous Workplace Network, brought to you in partnership with BAE Systems Australia, we explored how you can become an advocate for the Uluru Statement From the Heart and answer the call to action from Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Peoples.
We heard from Semara Jose from Deadly Inspiring Youth Doing Good (DIYDG), an organisation working to inspire and equip advocates with tools to have the conversation about the Uluru Statement from the Heart and empower them to continue their learning journey.
Dan Creasey from King & Wood Mallesons, shared how his organisation has worked with DIYDG, what he has learnt about being an advocate for the Uluru Statement from the Heart, and what practical actions he is undertaking as a result.
We also heard from Dean Parkin, Director of From the Heart campaign who will explain the current commentary on Constitutional recognition, the Voice to Parliament, Makarrata and Treaty as well as bust myths.
- Semara Jose, Chairperson & Co-Ordinator at Deadly Inspiring Youth Doing Good
- Dan Creasey, Head of Pro Bono & Community Impact at King & Wood Mallesons
- Dean Parkin, Director of From the Heart
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