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It is incumbent upon all operational industries to recognise and respond to gender-based employment impacts for First Nations peoples in Australia.
What has been the experience of Indigenous women working in Australian industry?
How are different industries recognising or responding to gender-based employment impacts for Indigenous groups, including establishing specific gender-based policies and ensuring a safe and inclusive work environment?
Aligned to this Reconciliation Week, we wish to place a spotlight on the experiences and specific needs of First Nations Women in order to inform our membership as to what action might be considered in order to better attract retain and promote First Nations women in operations.
In this NAWO National Webinar we hope to offer insight into the barriers experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in operations and how policy and practice can be designed to facilitate greater access, equity and leadership opportunity to women at this intersection.
Through discussion with our First Nations panellists we will gain a greater understanding of;
Cultural Safety: What is looks, sounds and feels like. How our workplace policies can drive and support cultural safety.
Self-Determination: What this means, why it is so critical and what we can do within organisations to better enable self-determination
Our fabulous webinar panelists are:
- Aunty Munya Andrews – Director and Indigenous Culture Expert, Evolve Communities
- Carla Rogers – Director, Evolve Communities
- Karina Lynch – IWIMRA Co-founder
The panel discussion will be moderated by NAWO IAC member Karyn Ervin, who is also a director at the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.