Program for the APONT Innovating to Succeed Forum Released

News 24 Feb 17

REGISTRATIONS FOR THIS EVENT HAVE NOW CLOSED

The full program for the APONT Innovating to Succeed Forum on 3 March 2017 at the Alice Springs Convention Centre (93 Barrett Drive) has now been released and is available for download here: Program.

You can also read about the presenting organisations and the case studies they will each present here: Presenter Biographies and Case Studies.

The day will run from 8:15am to 5:00pm. Session times are listed below.

AGENDA

8:15-9:00    Sign in (tea and coffee provided)

9:00-9:10      Welcome to Country – Lhere Artepe Aboriginal Corporation

9:10-9:20       Welcome from the APONT Aboriginal Governance & Management Program – Wes Miller, Program Manager

9:20-9:30       Opening by the Chief Minister - Hon Michael Gunner MLA

9:30-10:00     Keynote address from Western Desert Nganampa Walytja Palyantjaku Tjutaku Aboriginal Corporation (Western Desert Dialysis)

10:00-10:30   Open Discussion

10:30-11:00    Morning Tea

11:00-11:30    Update from the Northern Territory Government

11:30-12:00    Southern Tanami Kurdiji Indigenous Corporation on transitioning to self‑determination

12:00-12:30   Warlpiri Youth Development Aboriginal Corporation on best practice arrangements for the induction of a new CEO

12:30-1:15   Lunch

1:15-1:45   Update from the Australian Government

1:45-2:15   Palngun Wurnangat Aboriginal Corporation on how the T-House is transforming the cultural, social and economic dynamics of Wadeye

2:15-2:45   Central Australian Aboriginal Congress on board structures and the value of independent directors

2:45-3:15   Afternoon Tea

3:15-3:45  Central Land Council Community Development Program on successful strategies to enhance engagement and informed decision making of local communities and governance groups

3:45-4:25  Open Forum

4:25-4:30  Closing Remarks

4:30-5:00 Networking Session at the Juicy Rump

For further information please contact Wes Miller on 8944 6626, Kate Muir on 8959 4623, or email info@agmp.org.au.