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February 27, 2017

Indigenous Focus Day

When                  Wednesday 21 June 2017, 8.30am – 5.00pm

Where                Rydges Esplanade Hotel, Marine Terrace & Essex St, Fremantle WA

Indigenous Focus Day 2017

The Indigenous Focus Day is an exclusive 1-day invite-only event hosted by the Indigenous Remote Communications Association (IRCA) and the Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN).

Remote Connected and Savvy! is the title for the sixth annual Broadband for the Bush Forum. Within the broad agenda of ‘digital inclusion’, the Indigenous Focus Day is about providing space for yarning and sharing; and drawing conclusions on what ideas need to be advocated for, before the Forum.

There will be speakers and discussion group leaders, all ensuring everyone has a chance to learn new things and contribute to conversations.

The day will be facilitated by Christine Ross, an Arrernte/Kaytetye desert woman who has successfully led an Indigenous Focus Day before (Darwin 2015).

Contacts

For more information, contact Event Coordinators via email forum@broadbandforthebush.com.au or phone:

Michelle Williams           0414 813 491

Paul Sutton                       0418 750 236


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28 Feb:  Releasing the web page about the forum.

The Indigenous Focus Day is an invite-only event. You are welcome to contact the event coordinators  Paul Sutton and Michelle Williams (forum@broadbandforthebush.com.au) to ask for an invitation for yourself or others.


About the Indigenous Focus Day

Remote Connected and Savvy! is the title for the sixth annual Broadband for the Bush Forum. Within the broad agenda of ‘digital inclusion’, we want to explore issues and successes for remote Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families, communities and organisations.

The day has been designed so Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people can talk to their experience and knowledge about what matters to them. These stories feed into key position statements to take to organisations and Government to increase connectivity, training and other opportunities.

Remote, connected Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are savvy and increasingly will set the agenda of what comes next in the broadband landscape. New possibilities will rejuvenate community life, how associations work and how services are delivered by Government and private enterprise. The annual Indigenous Focus Day event is to further agendas and work together towards goals.

 

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