DIVERSITY CONFERENCE 2000
HOSTED BY THE
OF TECHNOLOGY, SYDNEY AND
- Keynote addresses by politicians, community
leaders and prominent academics.
- Parallel paper and workshop sessions for
presentation of case studies of diversity in practice and the
new research findings.
- A time for community affirmation and celebration,
as well as sharing stimulating ideas for the future.
|To be held one week after the
final meeting of the Reconciliation Council, this conference
sets out to reflect on the challenges of diversity for Australia.
Jointly hosted by The University of Technology, Sydney and RMIT
University, the conference attempts to create neutral ground
for considered reflection of the issues continuing to face Australia
that arise from our Indigenous diversity, our immigrant diversity
and our location in a region where diversity is a central and
pressing issue. The conference will examine diversity issues
from the ground up: ranging from the practical logistics of managing
diversity in organisations and local communities, to the question
of how we negotiate diversity at the national level (reconciliation,
multiculturalism), to the larger context of regional and global
The conference participants would
- Community leaders and community
- Representatives of local, state
and federal governments-public servants and politicians.
- Community workers.
- Union representatives.
- Media representatives.
Diversity Conference, supported by:
* Multicultural Foundation
* Reconciliation Council
* Australian Industry Group