Collaborative Indigenous Policy Development

Venue: Brisbane Marriott Hotel

Location: Brisbane, VIC, Australia

Event Date/Time: Jun 27, 2006 End Date/Time: Jun 28, 2006
Registration Date: Jun 23, 2006
Early Registration Date: Apr 21, 2006
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Why should I attend?

“Collaborative Indigenous Policy Development” is the only forum in Australia designed to address the core issues surrounding the critical area of Indigenous policy. Now in its fifth year this event is a key platform to promote the building of relationships between Indigenous communities and government departments. The agenda is created to enable greater co-operation across all aspects of the value chain through a series of case study based presentations and workshops. Over the two days of the main conference we will look at both the future of policy development and the main influences on the governments policy development processes. As well as examining the core framework behind some of the most successful Indigenous community projects in Australia.

Learn from presentations that examine the real issues:

• Gain insights into the true impact of policy change
• Hear expert viewpoints on the major influences on Indigenous policy creation
• Analyse current Government initiatives for improving policy processes
• Review the success of existing long term Indigenous projects and take away ideas to help the success of future projects
• Learn how to increase the opportunities available to Indigenous communities through our unique case study presentations

Don't miss this event because...

It is the only forum to get an inside view point from individuals who actually impact the policy created by the government. Have your views heard and your key questions answered by our diverse and influential speaker panel. The conference includes over 5 and half hours of interactivity and networking opportunities to ensure you can build the relationships that will help make a difference in your role at this conference.

We want you to be there! In addition to limited free passes for Indigenous community groups, Aboriginal corporations and local government packages are also available. With over 125 attendees in 2005 this unique networking opportunity should not be missed. Register online now, do so before 21st of April and receive a $200 discount.