Endangered Country? Indigenous perspectives on planning, and development

Endangered Country? Indigenous perspectives on planning, and development

  • 20 September 2021, 12–1.30pm
  • Online

Free, register here
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A panel of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander experts discuss their perspectives on planning, land management, cultural heritage, economic opportunity and what must be changed.

Chair

  • Elle Davidson (University of Sydney)

Panel

  • Chels Marshall (Urban Apostles and Director of Flying Fish Blue)
  • Christian Hampson (CEO, Yerrabingin)

This event is part of the Festival of Urbanism – a series of talks and conversations on planning and making our cities and regions. Brought to you by the Henry Halloran Trust with the assistance of the University of Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning, in partnership with Urban Planning and Design at Monash Art, Design and Architecture.

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