Date: Wednesday, 13th November 2019
Time: 5.30pm – 7.30pm (Presentation to start at 6pm)
Venue: Mercure Hotel Perth, 10 Irwin Street, Perth WA 6000
Price: Students (full time, unsalaried only) – $20
ANZAPPL Members – $25
Non-members – $35
A drink on arrival and light canapés will be provided prior to the presentation
RSVP: Please purchase tickets by Sunday 10th November 2019 for catering purposes
The Uluru Statement from the Heart was a national Indigenous consensus position on Indigenous constitutional recognition. The statement called for the establishment of a ‘First Nations Voice’ in the Australian Constitution and the establishment of a ‘Makarrata Commission’ to supervise a process of agreement-making and truth-telling between governments and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Professor Colleen Hayward is a senior Noongar woman with extensive family links throughout the south-west of WA. For more than 30 years, Colleen has provided significant input to policies and programs on a wide range of issues, reflecting the needs of minority groups at community, state and national levels. She has an extensive background in a range of areas including health, education, training, employment, housing, child protection and law & justice as well as significant experience in policy and management. She has received a number of prestigious awards for her long-standing work for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, the advancement of human rights and anti-racism, education, and equity and social justice. Colleen is a Western Australian Ambassador for Children and Young People. She currently chairs the Alcohol and Other Drugs Advisory Board for the Mental Health Commission and is a member of the State Government’s Meth Amphetamine Taskforce. She is also a member of the WA Gaming and Wagering Commission and the Board of the Fremantle Football Club. She has recently accepted an invitation of membership of Chief Executive Women (Australia).
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