NAIDOC: A Whole of Government Indigenous Policy and Evaluation Strategy


(above L-R: Alison Larkins, Romlie Mokak, Bobby Maher, Professor Ian Anderson AO and Dr Jill Guthrie)

On Tuesday 2 July 2019, IPAA ACT hosted a breakfast event in advance of NAIDOC Week 2019Whole of Government Indigenous Policy and Evaluation Strategy. The event featured a keynote address by Romlie Mokak, Indigenous Policy Evaluation Commissioner at the Productivity Commission. Following the address, Romlie was joined for a panel discussion with:

  • Professor Ian Anderson AO, Deputy Secretary of Indigenous Affairs at the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet;
  • Dr Jill Guthrie, Fellow - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Program at the Australian National University; and
  • Bobby Maher, Master of Philosophy in Applied Epidemiology (MAE) Scholar at the Australian National University.

The event was hosted by Alison Larkins, Deputy Secretary of Social Policy at the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet and was held at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House.

Video - a complete video of the event (59 minutes) is available below or can be viewed on IPAA's Vimeo channel here.
Photos - a selection of event photos are provided below, for high resolution copies please contact the IPAA Team here.
Transcript - a written transcript of the address, the panelists discussion and audience questions is available here




     

(above L-R: Alison Larkins opening the event and Romlie Mokak delivering his keynote address)

     

(above L-R: Romlie Mokak and Dr Jill Guthrie during the panel discussion)

     

(above L-R: Bobby Maher and Professor Ian Anderson AO during the panel discussion)

(above L-R: Alison Larkins, Romlie Mokak, Bobby Maher, Professor Ian Anderson AO and Dr Jill Guthrie during the panel discussion)

     

(above: audience members during the question and answer session)

(above: audience members at the Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House)

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