The biennial National Access to Justice and Pro Bono Conference began in 2000 as the National Pro Bono Conference before adopting its current name in 2006. The event is jointly hosted by the Australian Pro Bono Centre and the Law Council of Australia, often in conjunction with other partner organisations.
The Black Thunder: The Power of Black Voices Towards 2020 Conference will bring together many of this country’s indigenous leaders, academics, politicians, activists, Indigenous elders, cultural advocates and those who are making a contribution to the struggle of self-determination for Indigenous people in Australia through their leadership and actions from grassroots communities. It is designed to be both inspiring, self empowering whilst at the same time, providing the opportunities for delegates to evaluate what the future holds for Indigenous People.
The 2018 National Indigenous Employment: Building A Future Conference is scheduled to be held in Canberra on the July 5 - 6, 2018. The conference will bring together organisations, employers and government agencies to discuss and paint a bigger picture of Indigenous employment. Over the years, Indigenous employment has changed considerably. Even though Indigenous unemployment rate is high and still unacceptable, reality shows us that the overall picture is getting brighter by the day. The conference will have an employment trade show as part of the proceedings.
This two day intensive will provide for purpose professionals with the opportunity to work alongside like-minded individuals to develop the critical skills required to navigate the policy development process and make change happen.
The Policy and Advocacy Two Day Intensive will cover the following topics:
Talking Change - Making It Happen - Conference
Hosted by Australian Refugee Action Network - ARAN
A national network conference to support the efforts of the many and diverse groups which are working to bring about change in Australia’s refugee policies.
Anyone from across the BRASS network or any of our groups in Nthn NSW and Qld is invited to attend.
The 2017 National Indigenous Employment: Building A Future Conference will bring together organisations, employers and government agencies to discuss and paint a bigger picture of Indigenous employment in line with the Australian Government’s Indigenous Advancement strategy. As part of this conference, a trade show will be held in which Indigenous Conference Services (ICS) provide an opportunity for organisations who find difficulties in attracting staff to meet face to face with specialised employment opportunities e.g.
The Black Thunder: The Power of Black Voices Towards 2020 Conference is designed to inspire and enthuse delegates in various areas of Indigenous affairs.
If you or your organisation feels that you could contribute to the conference, please take the time to visit the Indigenous Conference Services (ICS) website to obtain more information. There are several ways of being involved in the event.
The Australian and New Zealand Mental Health Association (ANZMHA) are pleased to host the inaugural 2015 Australian STOP Domestic Violence Conference 7-9 December at the Rex Hotel in Canberra.