June 11, 2020
Keep on Engaging: #changinglives #keepingculture
This webinar, recorded 21 May 2020, provided practical information about engaging with integrity in Aotearoa and, understanding and engaging with Aboriginal and Indigenous culture and community.
The panel shared insights and learnings to help break down the barriers to better engage with Aboriginal & Māori communities.
Cain Slater - Kari Foundation - Connecting & Supporting Business and Individuals to be Champions of Change.
Cain will be presenting on Understanding and Engaging with Aboriginal and Indigenous culture and community.
Cain is also a keynote and inspirational speaker about Indigenous Australia, Employment, Participation and Inclusion to break down the barriers and stereotypes of Aboriginal Australia. He has had a successful career in leadership roles at the National Basketball League, Souths Cares (South Sydney Rabbitohs), National Indigenous Culinary Institute and at the William Angliss Institute of TAFE.
Christine will be presenting on Engaging with integrity in Aotearoa.
From starting out as the Māori Affairs Reporter for the The Evening Post newspaper last millennium, since then Christine’s roles have included Press Secretary to the Minister for Pacific Island Affairs, Communications Strategist for the NZ Human Rights Commission, Speechwriter for the Minister of Māori Affairs, Global Lead Strategic Communications for Aurecon and now Director of Promotions and Partnerships for New Zealand’s Māori Language Commission.
Moderated by Kylie Cochrane: Director - IAP2 Australasia; Chair - IAP2 International and Managing Principal, Communication & Stakeholder Engagement – Australia and New Zealand, Aurecon
Please note: In some parts of this recording, the sound quality is a little muffled, due to less than optimal presenter internet connection. We apologise and thank you for your understanding.
Leading the national conversation on authentic community and stakeholder engagement.
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As a not-for-profit organisation, our aim is to advance the education of the community by teaching and communicating the principles of public participation and how to achieve effective community and stakeholder engagement.
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