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We had:

Vanessa Lee-Ahmat, Social Epidemiologist, talking about recognising the importance of First Nations culture and healing past cultural and economic injustices. By taking early action to incorporate First Nation peoples and their rights into the early formation of the metaverse, society can be supported to move in the direction of recognising the importance of First Nations culture and healing past cultural and economic injustices.

Uncle Graham Brady, Indigenous Elder and part of the Kunjur First Nations Men’s Collective – Cairns group, yarning with Trevor about the importance of mental health this years R U Ok Day.

Mindy Thomas, new centrally based Senior Advisor talking about QAS drives greater cultural safety in community. The Queensland Ambulance Service (QAS) has appointed a team of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders to build on the organisation’s cultural capability and advance health equity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

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