National Talk Black 260224

National Talk Black 260224

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

John Leha, AbSec CEO, talking about AbSec’s latest quarterly Sector Forum – Meeting of Minds for Child Protection Experts. The forum was attended by 150 people from across NSW and interstate, including government agencies and community organisations – both indigenous and non-indigenous.

Leanne Bell, from Kellogg’s ANZ, talking about Kellogg’s journey in Australia over the past 100 years. Not only is it a household staple, but Kellogg’s has been nourishing families and the community beyond just cereal. A connected community has been created over the past 100 years, through supporting generations of Aussie farmers with 87% of ingredients sourced locally, as well as giving back more than 60 million serves of cereals and snacks, just in the last decade, with the Better Days initiative.

Geoff Crittenden, CEO of Weld Australia, talking about Indigenous Welding Schools to Build Skills and Jobs. Weld Australia is urging the Federal Government to invest in a national network of Indigenous Welding Schools to help create real skills and real jobs for Indigenous Australians—and close the gap.

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