National TalkBlack 230622

National TalkBlack 230622

We had:

Dean Foley, entrepreneur and Founder at Barayamal, talking about how banks are happy to promote reconciliation, so why aren’t they financially committed? Reconciliation can be achieved in small ways as well as large ones, and one such way would be for banks to commit themselves to reconciliation through financial inclusion. Banks are the main source of finance for Australians and they have the largest share of our wealth.

Kylie Kilgour, Deputy Commissioner at IBAC Victoria’s Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission, talking about IBAC audit highlights inadequacies in Victoria Police’s handling of complaints by Aboriginal people. A report released by Victoria’s anti-corruption and independent police oversight body has highlighted concerning patterns and deficiencies in Victoria Police’s handling of police complaints by Aboriginal people, particularly children and young people.

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