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News & Events

FREE SEMINAR SERIES

Following the success of our free CEO seminars in October, Indigenous Corporate Partners is excited to announce a further series of seminars, which will run in early July 2015 .

At these seminars, we will discuss strategies for getting the most out of experts and other professionals including:

  • How to source and recruit the right professionals for your organisation’s needs;
  • How to manage experts / professionals, and ensure your organisation is getting value for money.

For more information about this seminar series, or to suggest a topic you’d like to discuss at a future seminar series, please contact tysan@indigenouspartners.com.au or contact us on 0487 654 303.

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FREE SEMINARS FOR CEOs

Indigenous Corporate Partners is excited to announce a free Governance Seminar for CEOs. The seminar will be run by telephone conference in October 2014 and will cover topics including:

  • Making the most out of your relationship with the Chair.
  • Roles and responsibilities of the Board and Management.

To register your interest in attending this free seminar, please contact Tysan Towney by email on tysan@indigenouspartners.com.au or contact us on 0487 654 303

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CHANGES TO COMMONWEALTH FUNDING – INDIGENOUS ADVANCEMENT STRATEGY

On 1 July 2014 the Federal Government replaced more than 150 individual programmes and activities with five programs under the Indigenous Advancement Strategy.

The guidelines to this strategy are available at: www.dpmc.gov.au/indigenous_affairs/docs/ias_guidelines.docx

These changes are already having a significant impact on our clients. If you would like any assistance with preparing an application for funding under the Indigenous Advancement Strategy please do not hesitate to contact us on 0487 654 303.

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REVIEW OF THE ROLES AND FUNCTIONS OF NATIVE TITLE ORGANISATIONS

The Australian Government released its final report “Review of the Roles and Functions of Native Title Organisations” in May 2014.

The report investigates the rising number of registered native title bodies corporate (RNTBCs) and their use as a means of progressing the various community and economic development related objectives of native title holders.

The report also addresses the role of private agents operating in the native title system, as a means of reducing the strain on native title representative bodies (NTRBs) and land councils.

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For more information on recent news and upcoming events, please contact us on 0487 654 303.

 

 

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