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Public Sector First Nations Leadership & Allyship

Public Sector First Nations Leadership & Allyship

Championing stories of First Nations excellence and allyship

This summit is a platform for current and emerging First Nations leaders to share their stories, learnings and advice with their peers and others on the path to leadership. Reflecting on healing, resilience, reconciliation and Closing the Gap, this event will spotlight the excellence and strengths of First Nations leaders and their contribution to the Public Sector.

It will also be an opportunity to discuss the ways in which allies and organisations can contribute meaningfully to reconciliation, enact genuine allyship, and continue to listen to, uplift and amplify the voices of First Nations people.

With an emphasis on authenticity, generosity and truth-telling, this summit is an open and safe space for all to come together, share and learn.

Take a look at our video recap of the First Nations Leadership & Allyship Summit 2023 in Sydney!


Why attend

  • Hear first-hand learnings and advice from groundbreaking First Nations leaders
  • Engage with compelling keynotes, panel discussions and fireside yarns in a united forum with meaningful networking and reflection opportunities
  • Develop meaningful allyship skills and strategies, enabling you to support First Nations people and community
  • Cultivate the next generation of First Nations leaders in the Public Sector

Key benefits

  • Engage with powerful lived experiences from diverse perspectives
  • Real-world learning with practical examples, case studies and walk away with a toolkit of resources to support you in your leadership
  • Networking opportunities – build new connections with First Nations peers and allies from across the public sector

What’s new in 2024?

  • An exclusive fireside yarn with National Treasure Cathy Freeman!
  • Taking the energy, warmth and inspiration to the nation’s capital in Ngunnawal Country
  • In-depth sessions on reconciliation, closing the gap and Australian South Sea Islander allyship
  • A deadly lineup of public sector First Nations leaders and allies
  • Crowd favourite MC Lil Gordon returns


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