Join us for SUADA’s first webinar this Reconciliation Week! Communicate for Reconciliation will host two prominent First Nations leaders, who will explore the role of PR and communications professionals in reconciliation and identify what steps can be taken to create a more inclusive, equitable future.

On Wednesday 29 May, hear from:

CEO of the Koori Mail, Nyangbal, Arakwal and Dunghutti woman, Naomi Moran, about:

  • The importance of language and communication when it comes to reconciliation
  • What communications professionals and brands are doing wrong and what we need to do better to play a more active role in reconciliation
  • Her experience leading Australia’s only independent Indigenous newspaper, the Koori Mail

Distinguished Professor and head of Macquarie University’s Department of Critical Indigenous Studies, Aboriginal woman Bronwyn Carlson, about:

  • What accountability looks like when it comes to brands and communications professionals tackling racism online
  • The difference between tokenistic and meaningful brand allyship
  • Key insights from her experience studying Indigenous media, digital storytelling and social media for more than a decade

The webinar will be hosted by non-Indigenous woman and founder of SUADA, Naomi Brooker.

Register here


We’re coordinating quarterly lunch and learns about how the PR and communications industry can better deliver on principles of reconciliation.
Sign up for more information – coming soon!

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