National Talkblack 220722

National Talkblack 220722

We had:

Jebb Hutchison, General Manager at On-Country Pathways talking about First Nations young people in Albury Wodonga to benefit from on-country construction jobs. A new not-for-profit is offering employment pathways for young First Nations people in the construction industry.

Renae Camilleri, Women’s Health Week and Community Engagement Manager talking about Jean Hailes for Women’s Health Week reaching Australia’s First Nations communities with newly-created Indigenous resources. For the first time, Jean Hailes for Women’s Health is releasing an Indigenous promotional kit to help reach and include diverse audiences across Australia in the national campaign.

Professor Roianne West CEO of Congress of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives, talking about how the CATSINaM conference is this year celebrating 25 years and both Individual and collective activism of our phenomenal Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Nurses and Midwives.

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