SPEAKERS 

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  • Professor Marcia Langton AM, Associate Provost and Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies at the University of Melbourne 
  • Professor Ian Anderson AO, Deputy Secretary for Indigenous Affairs at the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet 
  • Dr Stephen Arnott PSM, First Assistant Secretary for the Arts Division, Department of Communications and the Arts 
  • Lil Anderson, Deputy Secretary Crown/ Māori Relations, Ministry of Justice (New Zealand)
  • Denise Bowden, CEO, Yothu Yindi Foundation
  • Dr Morgan Brigg, Poche Centre for Indigenous Health, The University of Queensland
  • Professor Glyn Davis AC, Distinguished Professor, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University and Chair, ANZSOG Research Committee
  • Dr Karen Diver, inaugural Faculty Fellow for Inclusive Excellence for Native American Affairs at the College of St. Scholastica in Duluth, Minnesota; former Special Assistant for Native-American Affairs during the Obama Administration
  • Jill Gallagher AO, Victorian Treaty Advancement Commissioner
  • Adam Goodes, former AFL footballer, Co-founder, GO Foundation and CEO & Director, Indigenous Defence Consortium (IDC) - Reception plenary speaker  
  • Sam Jeffries, Special Advisor Regional Governance, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
  • Dr Miriam Jorgensen, Research Director, University of Arizona Native Nations Institute & the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development
  • Professor Sarah Maddison, Indigenous-Settler Relations Collaboration, University of Melbourne 
  • Lydia Miller, Executive Director, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts 
  • Romlie Mokak, CEO, The Lowitja Institute
  • Djapirri Mununggirritj, Indigenous Engagement Officer, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
  • Dr Sana Nakata, ARC Discovery Research Fellow, University of Melbourne 
  • Craig Ritchie, CEO, The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS)
  • Josh Smith, Executive Director, Aboriginal Victoria 
  • Maggie Walter, Professor of Sociology and Pro Vice-Chancellor of Aboriginal Research and Leadership at the University of Tasmania.

More speakers to be confirmed.