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We had:

Eddie Synot, First Nations lawyer and researcher, talking about how the Uluru Dialogue releases more Yarning Circles for ‘Start a Yarn’ initiative. Start a Yarn is a national program inviting the Australian public to participate in virtual Yarning Circles to increase awareness and understanding of the First Nations Voice ahead of the referendum.

Paul Ah Chee, Director of Cultural Engagement for Parrtjima, talking about Parrtjima ready to illuminate the Red Centre like never before. Held in Alice Springs (Mparntwe) since 2016, Parrtjima is an annual free festival that will feature, for the first time, a single major work as its centrepiece, along with other large-scale light and sound installations, music, talks, workshops, film and more.

Professor Dominic Upton, Pro-Vice Chancellor for the Faculty of Health at Charles Darwin University, talking about the Health workforce lift for NT in Alice Springs. The Better Health Futures Symposium will bring together the diverse perspectives and experience of influential leaders, rural and remote health experts, educators and researchers to address health challenges spanning the Northern Territory

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