Empowering rural audiences through digital technology
A forum presented by the Centre for Rural and Regional Law and Justice, Deakin University
Monday 16 June, 9.30 am – 12:30 pm
Venue: Live at Deakin City Campus + online or via phone using Lync
The forum will:
- Showcase smart, inexpensive internet-based strategies and techniques being used in legal, health, agricultural and higher education sectors to engage and educate remote, rural and regional people and professionals in Victoria. Webinars, social media, phone apps and interactive web resources will all be presented.
- Host discussion of important non-technical and broad technical issues, and introduce opportunities for networking and resource sharing.
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Centre for Rural Regional Law and Justice
The mission of the Centre for Rural Regional Law and Justice is to enhance access to improved justice systems and services for rural and regional Australians through research, education, engagement and advocacy.
The Centre for Rural and Regional Law and Justice (CRRLJ) is a unique centre of the Faculty of Business and Law at Deakin University which draws on cross disciplinary knowledge and expertise, and provides an opportunity to engage meaningfully with regional communities, services, industry and government.