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We had:

Lydia Miller, Indigenous Womens Development and Leadership Program Director, joined by 4 women, talking about Deadly Women’ workshops to be held in Cairns from August to November.

Professor Stephen van Leeuwen, Curtin University WA Indigenous Professor in Biodiversity & Environmental Science talking about how he relished his life exploring Murujuga. Now he is leading efforts to protect it’s rock art. He was appointed chairman of the Murujuga rock art stakeholder reference group. The group will receive analysis from scientists and rangers on the impact of industrial emissions on Murujuga’s 40,000-plus-year-old rock art, which will be used to inform industry and government stakeholders.

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