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Limited offer 2 FOR 1 registration to attend the 2016 Global Indigenous Men's Conference
Seats are now getting very limited for the 2016 Global Indigenous Men's Network Conference scheduled on the 12th – 14th September at the Stamford Beach Hotel in Glenelg, Adelaide South Australia.
Among the prominent keynote speakers are Prof. Norm Sheehan, a Wiradjuri man born in Mudgee NSW and Director of Gnibi College of Indigenous Australian Peoples Southern Cross University; Craig Rigney, a Ngarrindjeri man born in Gawler country SA and Chief Executive Officer and Director of Kornar Winmil Yunti, an Aboriginal male health service which provides for a culturally safe environment for Aboriginal men; Chris 'Bandirra' Lee, a recognised Traditional Owner for the Larrakia peoples of Darwin in the Northern Territory and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Engagement Coordinator of Australian Digital Futures Institute at the University of Southern Queensland to engage with incarcerated Indigenous students through the Making the Connection project; Jack Bulman, a Muthi Muthi man from South Western NSW, CEO and Board Member of Mibbinbah – a Health Promotion Charity for Indigenous Males that focuses on building safe spaces for Aboriginal males; Greg Millan, author of "Men's health & wellbeing: an a – z guide" and President of the Men's Health Forum NSW Inc and Vice President of the Australian Men's Health Forum Inc., the national peak body for improving male health; Kieran Chilcott, Executive Officer Kalwun Development Corporation Ltd; Brendan Murray, Youth Worker Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre & Raymond Fordimail, Jawoyn Country Tour Guide Nitmiluk Tours amongst other high calibre speakers.
With less than ten weeks to go, registrations for the 2016 Global Indigenous Men's Network Conference are filling fast and vacancies are limited. Hence, we encourage anyone who wishes to attend the conference to register as soon as possible. We are offering a limited promotional offer for your organizations at a discounted rate of two delegates at the cost of one registration. We have structured our registration in such a way that will save organization's money while at the same time providing a great forum for frank and open discussion. We've also negotiated a special conference rate that can only be availed by registered delegates booking their hotel rooms directly at the Stamford Beach Hotel, Glenelg.
Furthermore it has been proven time and time again that events such as this empowers and reinvigorates workers with new ideas and with enthusiasm, with a greater feeling of support and contacts that may be utilised for the betterment of their own or local community. With all this in mind, we invite you to not only join the network but to actively participate in the event.
For further information, please visit the conference webpage: http://www.indigenousconferences.com/#!
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