This one-day symposium will bring together researchers, policy makers and interested parties from academia, industry and government to discuss matters pertinent to Australia’s First People’s Economic Well-being.
The Symposium provides a critical opportunity to examine the way in which economics has influenced the well being of Australia’s First Peoples.
This Symposium aims to facilitate a more accurate analyses of the issues at hand and to generate a more informed and robust appreciation about how such issues have influenced the historical and contemporary well being of First Australians. It is envisaged that the Symposium will influence the future development of social policy and services to enhance the economic well being of First Australians.
Time: 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Venue: EcoCentre (N68) via Ring Road, Griffith University, Nathan Campus, Nathan Qld 4111
Event contact: Professor EA Selva Selvanathan, firstname.lastname@example.org, Griffith Business School, Economic Policy Analysis Program (EPAP), Griffith University
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