THE DIVERSITY CONFERENCE 2001

Redefining the Mainstream: Local Government, Inclusive Communities

The Second National Conference on Reconciliation, Multiculturalism, Immigration and Human Rights


 

Lindy Drew
Community Relations Policy Officer, Local Government Association of Qld (LGAQ)
Leanne Tu'ipulotu
Cultural Relations Officer, Maroochy Shire Council
Jeremy Liyanage
Multicultural Planner, Caboolture Shire Council

Facilitating Sustainable Change

Abstract:
The workshop will focus on facilitating sustainable change towards positive community relations within the current social and political environment.
This will be an interactive workshop where we will explore together the key elements to, and influences on, the change process.

The workshop will draw on the experiences from the LAMP team. LAMP (Local Area Multicultural Partnership Program) has been established under Multicultural Queensland Policy. This program is a partnership strategy between Queensland State and Local Governments which aims to develop and implement multicultural strategies at the local level.

Bionote:
Lindy Drew is employed as the Community Relations Policy Officer at the Local Government Association of Qld (LGAQ). Lindy has over 20 years experience in cross cultural work in Australia, India and United kingdom.

Leanne Tu'ipulotu is employed as the Cultural Relations Officer at Maroochy Shire Council in Queensland. Leanne has worked in the youth and community sector for the past 15 years, both in Victoria and Queensland.

Jeremy Liyanage is employed as the Multicultural Planner at Caboolture Shire Council, Queensland. Jeremy has had extensive community development and refugee support experience.

Presentation Type
60min. Workshop

Equipment Requirements:
Data Projector

 


Deakin Woolstores Campus, Geelong Waterfront
30 November - 1 December 2001


 

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