National Indigenous Legal & Health Justice Conference 2022
Located on the stunning nipaluna/Hobart waterfront, the 2022 National Indigenous Legal & Health Justice Conference will highlight major and topical conversations across the country, host solutions-focused workshops with expert speakers and Palawa facilitators.
Major topics include Treaty, Voice, and Truth-Telling; Native Title and Land Rights; Health justice and justice reinvestment; Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; the over-representation of children and young people in State systems; the failure of Aboriginal heritage and environmental protection laws; and the challenges facing legal aid and access to justice.
Confirmed speakers include Michael Mansell – activist, lawyer, and author of Treaty and Statehood; Donnella Mills – Chair of NACCHO and spokesperson for Health Justice; Pat O’Shane – former Magistrate and activist; Pat Turner – CEO of NACCHO and spokesperson for Coalition of Closing the Gap Peak Bodies; Corey Tutt OAM – founder and CEO of DeadlyScience; Leah Cameron – principal of Marrawah Law and Aboriginal expert on Australian Heritage Council; along with Native Title Senior Counsel, Aboriginal lawyers, serving and retired Magistrates; experts and law students; and legal aid practitioners. Speakers are being announced daily, so stay tuned to find out more!
Visit our Conference page to find out more about the speakers and program at National Indigenous Legal & Health Justice Conference 2022 (link).