National Talk Black 210224

National Talk Black 210224

On todays National Talkblack via NIRS – National Indigenous Radio Service we have:

Donisha Duff, first Chief Executive Officer of the Queensland Indigenous Business Network (QIBN), talking about her new position within QIBN- a newly established and independent Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation, that is designed to serve as a powerful and united voice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander businesses across Queensland. Under Ms Duff’s leadership, QIBN will focus on promoting the interests of Indigenous entrepreneurs, driving economic development, fostering strategic partnerships and advocating for critical support and resources.

Raelene Cooper, Federal Court victor and former Chair of the Murujuga Aboriginal Corporation, talking about the Highest Temperature recorded this year in ongoing WA heatwaves and touching on her statement on proposed offshore oil and gas approval amendments.

Abe Ropitini, Executive Director of Population Health at the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO), talking about VACCHO in partnership with Deakin University’s Institute for Health Transformation and their launch on the Food Policies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health (FoodPATH) Community Report.…/new-report-community…/

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