Photo: Australia Post and TAFE Indigenous Emerging Leaders Event at NCIE in September
NCIE has a range of conference and meeting spaces for hire and every week we get a variety of groups on site who hire our spaces and sample our delicious catering.
Here are some of the public events being held at NCIE in October.
• Taking Care of Business Aboriginal Community Day 2018
Wednesday 10 October: 10 am – 2pm
Hosted by the NSW Trustee & Guardian and they’ll have organisations and people who will offer help and answer questions about birth certificates, wills, power of attorney, and guardianship.
Organisations attending: NSW Trustee & Guardian, plus expert staff from organisations such as the Public Guardian, Births, Deaths & Marriages, Victim Services, LawAccess NSW, Redfern Community Health Centre, Centrelink, Legal Aid, Energy & Water Ombudsman, NSW Ombudsmand, Uniting Care, St Vincent’s and Kurranulla Aboriginal Corporation.
Everyone attending will receive a show bag and light refreshments will be available. Please call (02) 9240 0857 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
• I Am Change: Networking Breakfast
Thursday 11 October: 7:30 – 10am
Source Nation Pty Ltd is hosting a series of events called I am Change to continue discussions on female leadership that emerged from the NAIDOC 2018 Theme, Because of her we can. The first is at the NCIE ON Thursday 11 October.
Keynote: The Woman I Am: Mareese Terare: Bundjalung and Goenpul woman, Academic, PHD Candidate and Community Educator
Panel Discussion – Making Your Move
• Julie Trell: American Woman, Head of muru-D and SheEO Australian Country Lead
• Barbie-Lee Kirby: Ngiyambaa woman, Bachelor of Business graduate with majors in Accounting and Law, Manager of Corporate Governance at Qantas, Director of NASCA and currently completing a CPA
• Ashlee Donohue: Dunghutti woman, Author, Educator, Anti-violence Advocate and Speaker
There will be time for you to network, meet new people and catch up those you haven’t seen in a while. Your ticket includes a hot and cold buffet breakfast, juices, tea and coffee.
• STREAMS Connect Summit 2018
Wednesday 24 October 2018 from 9am to 5pm
Featuring Bruce Pascoe, Clover Moore, Luke Briscoe, Dean Foley and Renee Cawthorne are just some of the amazing speakers.
This summit is a gathering where inspirational First Nations practitioners, sustainable thought leaders, scientist and educators discuss ways to combat climate change in the business and education sector.
• Learn how you can develop an Sustainable Development Action Plan for your business
• Understand how to map First Nations Cultural Frameworks to the Sustainable Development Goals
• Share and network with thought leaders in the sustainable business and education sectors
• Participating in developing best business practices to sustain the environment and Australian businesses