The stage is set to accommodate all delegations of the 2018 Indigenous Menís and 2018 Indigenous Women's Conferences in Cairns this June

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  • (1888PressRelease) May 07, 2018 - The stage is ready to accommodate all delegations of the 2018 Indigenous Menís Conference and 2018 Indigenous Womenís Wellbeing Conference scheduled on the 13th Ė 15th of June 2018 at the Pullman Cairns International Hotel. The convenor of the 2018 Indigenous Menís and Indigenous Womenís Wellbeing Conferences has now finalised the conference proceedings with a kaleidoscope of First Nations speakers sharing stories and great opportunities for delegates to participate in events which are devoted to the sharing of Culture, Empowerment, Education & Networking.

    The 2018 Indigenous Menís Health Conference is scheduled during the 2018 Menís Health Week synchronising its themes, ďMen and Families Ė Making Healthy ConnectionsĒ which explores the different ways families and communities support the health and wellbeing of men and boys. Among the prominent keynote speakers are Uncle Alfred Smallwood, Birrigubba Nation Elder, Charlie Rowe, Program Manager and Brian Hewitt, CEO of Carbal Medical Services, Marsat Ketchell, Manager Health Programs of Queensland Health Service, ACUís Clinical Associate Prof. Peter Shine, Director Aboriginal Health at NSLHD, Dr Timothy White, Psychologist & Warrior Program Director at Tjintipit Psychological Services, Jeff Smith, Indigenous Liaison Officer of Murri Warriors Consortium, Kendall Clarke, Executive Officer, David Helmers, Community Engagement Coordinator and Gary Green, Indigenous Coordination Centre Officer at Australian Menís Shed Association, Kellie Dunn, Brothers Stand Tall Program of DV Alert Lifeline Australia and our international guest speaker, Dr. Tsang Wai Hung Wallace, Lecturer at Hong Kong Polytechnic University. Furthermore, on the third day a post conference masterclass on Success with Attitude by Trevor Tim & Steve Evans of Cultural Enhancement Group will be on offer.

    Consequently, the 2018 Indigenous Womenís Wellbeing Conference coincides with this yearís NAIDOC theme, ďBecause of Her, We CanĒ celebrating accomplishments of Indigenous women all throughout Australia. Amongst the high-calibre speakers are Cairns Elder, Aunty Jeanette Singleton of Yirrganydji Gurabana Aboriginal Corporation, Gunnai-Gunditjmara woman Lidia Thorpe, State Member for Northcote and spoke person for Victorian Greens for Indigenous Affairs, Wendy Watego and Vicki Scott of STARS Institute of Learning and Leadership, Aunty Cheri Yavu-Kama-Harathunian, Director at Indigenous Wellbeing Centre QLD, Deb Patrick, Registered Midwife and co-creators of the Core of Life program, Kris Roberts, a Bundjalung Aboriginal Health Worker at Jullums Aboriginal Medical Service, Cathy Crawford coordinator at North Queensland Combined Womenís Services Townsville, Serena Williams, Ngunawwal Wiradjuri woman and Program Manager at the Women's Legal Centre ACT & Region, Margaret Saunders nee Grant, Deadly Thinking Program Facilitator, Lauren Kinsella of Cancer Australia NSW, Therese Kearns, Epidemiologist at Menzies School of Health Research, Raelene Brunette, a Wanyii/Garrawa woman and Aboriginal Health Practitioner at Sunrise Health Service, Tracy Smith, Director at Youth & Family Education Resources, Jessica Simms, Maternal and Infant Project Officer at the North Coast Primary Health Network and international guest speaker, Dr Nina Sivertsen, a Sea-SŠmi Indigenous nurse from Northern Norway and lecturer at the School of Nursing and Midwifery at Flinders University. Moreover, on the third day a post conference masterclass on Leadership Secrets: The Underground workshop for growing your leadership by Wendy Watego and Vicki Scott of STARS Institute of Learning will be on offer.

    With just less than 6 weeks to go, registrations for both the 2018 Indigenous Menís Conference and 2018 Indigenous Womenís Wellbeing Conference are now 50% off for limited time only if you register within the month of May. Hence, we encourage anyone who wishes to attend either conferences to register as soon as possible. Weíve also negotiated a special conference rate that can only be availed by registered delegates booking their hotel rooms directly at the Pullman International Hotel in Cairns.

    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 actively participate in these conferences. REGISTER NOW!

    For further information, please visit the conference website: https://www.icsconferences.org or email us at adminics ( @ ) iinet dot net.au

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