National TalkBlack 060521

National TalkBlack 060521

We had:

Professor Dorothy Keefe, Cancer Australia CEO talking about the Yarn for Life Cancer Campaign. Yarn for Life is a campaign to reduce the impact of cancer within Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities by encouraging and normalising conversations about the disease. You can find out more at

Minister for Seniors and Disability Services and Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Partnerships Craig Crawford MP talking about Queensland’s Path to Treaty taking another step forward as the Treaty Advancement Committee met in Cairns last week to continue shaping historic Treaty-making process with First Nations people. Minister Crawford also talked about how young First Nations’ Queenslanders are urged to put their hand up for this year’s QLD Indigenous Youth Leadership program (QIYLP). QIYLP is a great opportunity for young First Nations people to learn new leadership skills that could be used to effect change in their communities. Applications are now closed but for more info visit:

Phil Green, Queensland Privacy Commissioner talking about Privacy Awareness week which runs from the 3rd – 9th May 2021, this years theme is: Make privacy a priority. Commissioner Green discusses why it is important for the public sector and community to protect and respect personal information. For more information about Privacy Awareness Week, please visit:

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