Indigenous Leaders Conference 2016
Our third Indigenous Leaders Conference, 'Engagement and the Power of Choice' will be held at Charles Darwin University Casuarina Campus over 2 days from 10-11 November. This event follows the highly successful 2014 and 2015 Indigenous Leadership Conferences, which attracted over 500 NT, national and international participants.
This major event in our annual calendar creates broadened and deepened spaces of engagement for industry stakeholders to collaboratively advance quality public policies, programs and practices that address Indigenous disadvantage in the Northern Territory, particularly as relates to remote contexts.
The conference brings together a diverse range of community members, education and health workers, allied stakeholders and industry sectors to advance progressive evidence-based practice in complex socioeconomic environments. Members of the research community will also be challenged to contribute research evidence that translates policy intent to actual outcomes.
The conference is a partnership between the International Graduate Centre of Education, the Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous Leadership, Northern Institute, Batchelor Institute of Tertiary Indigenous Education and the Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance Northern Territory, with support from the Centre for School Leadership, the Office of Prime Minister and Cabinet, The Department of Education and the Office of Aboriginal Affairs.
Call for Abstracts
Abstracts of 250 words (maximum) from interested presenters are sought for workshop presentations with a submission closing date of 4pm Friday 30 July 2016. An expert panel comprised of key stakeholders will assess abstracts and provide feedback to applicants. All abstracts are to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading [author surname]: ILC conference abstract. Journal Papers will be reviewed by a conference review panel and submissions will be considered for publication in the Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts online journal (http://www.cdu.edu.au/northern-institute/lcj ), with a large international readership.
A full conference program and invitation for registration will be distributed by the first week of September. Registrations will remain open for two months, until the end of October. For further information please email 2016ILC@cdu.edu.au.