Fremantle has a special place in many hearts and many communities and particularly as the first meeting place between Aboriginal Australians and the Europeans who arrived to what
Fremantle has a special place in many hearts and many communities and particularly as the first meeting place between Aboriginal Australians and the Europeans who arrived to what they termed a place of opportunity. 2020 has raised the profile of the conversation around how we get better at recognising Aboriginal Australians past and connections to land, how we create fairer and more representative workplaces and how we manage culture and diversity in a positive way into the future.
Join us in a special Set the Month Podcast Forum that explores the challenges, opportunities and richness of diversity and culture in our workplaces, and our communities.
Conversations – Tony Shaw – MD Indigenous Service https://indigenousservices.com.au
Spaces – Kieran Wong – Partner at TheFulcrum.Agency https://www.thefulcrum.agency
Connections – Tim Muirhead – CSD Network http://csdnetwork.com.au
Culture – Tui Raven – ReconciliationWA – http://recwa.org.au
IMAGE CREDIT: Artist Judi Mengil from ‘Our Place: Our Land’ Exhibition by Chamber Members Artitja Fine Art Gallery at City of Perth
(Wednesday) 8:00 AM - 9:00 AM
Fremantle Chamber of Commerce
16 Phillimore Street
Fremantle Chamber of Commerce16 Phillimore StreetSuite 7
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