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Reconciliation Victoria and ANTaR Victoria warmly invite you to attend this year's joint AGMs and Forum.
10am for a 10.30am start.
Following the AGMs there will be a forum ‘Young Aboriginal Perspectives on Reconciliation’
Awarded Ms NAIDOC 2016, Merinda is a Yorta Yorta Woman born in Shepparton and now lives off country in Melbourne. She is active in Indigenous Affairs, initiating and facilitating classes on Indigenous culture and history to students at Fitzroy High. Merinda is currently a trainee at the Department of Justice and Regulation.
Merinda is determined to spread the knowledge of Indigenous culture across Australia. “Aboriginal culture should be a big part of Australia’s history, but it’s just not taught,” she said. Culture is what makes us complete and without that, we have nothing. It’s about being a role model in Victoria, not just for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, but for non-indigenous Australians as well”.
On his father’s side Indi has ties to Muthi Muthi and the Boonwurrung and on his mother’s side he’s a Lardil man. Indi was awarded Mildura’s Young Citizen of the Year 2016 and Koorie Student of the Year 2016 in the Victorian Training Awards. Indi was nominated for 2015 Ricci Marks Youth Award and is a member of Dept of Human & Health Services Youth Reference Group. He is an Executive Member of Koorie Youth Council and is currently the Youth & Community Engagement Officer at Mallee District Aboriginal Services in Mildura.
To be followed by a Q&A and Small Group Discussion: From Talk to Action: So what does this mean for me and my role in Reconciliation?
Morning Tea and Lunch provided. Free event.
Enter near Super Sport Store, at the Brunton Ave end of KGI.
Limited parking available. Take train to Richmond or Jolimont Station. Very limited street carparking is available in surrounding streets. Melbourne Park car parks are accessible via Entrance D (off Olympic Blvd) only.
For further info email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 0427 030 545
Thank you to the City of Melbourne and KorinGamadji Institute for supporting this event
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Reconciliation Victoria is the state-wide peak body promoting just and respectful relationships between Aboriginal and other Victorians.