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JILBAMUN JUWAN Specialist Program

Indigenous Rights and the Sustainable Development Goals in action

Indigenous businesses and culture are inherently sustainable and provide a wealth of knowledge to better understanding how to sustain our planet and also business and in particularly in the area of science, agriculture, health and medicine, however without policy alignment the potential opportunities are limited.

Indigenous Cultural Frameworks and Indigenous Supply Chains can drive localised actions on the Sustainable Development Goals and enable Australia to lead in a 12 trillion-dollar SDG economy.

INDIGI LAB in partnership with Awatea Resource Management Consultancy have developed a specialist program that enables better understanding on apply Indigenous Rights to the Sustainable Development Goals.

This is a one-day program provides tools and resources to align Sustainable Development Goals with The Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples can unlock the potential of Indigenous business and supply chains.

Program Outcomes
High level policy knowledge in understanding how to apply and align The Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous People and the Sustainable Development Goals for your Business Plans, Reconciliation Action Plans, Policies and Strategies.

  1. Develop an Indigenous Engagement Strategy that will guide your Sustainable Development Action Plan.
  2. Develop a deep understanding on how to maximise your Indigenous supply chains.
  3. Connect with leading Indigenous Environmental Scientist, Entrepreneurs, Technologist and Policy Makers.
  4. The development of best business practice to drive localised solutions to the Sustainable Development Goals.

Who should attend?
The program is targeted at Senior Corporate and Government Executives, Policy Makers, Educators, Scientist, Urban Planners, Civil Engineers, Biodiversity Officers, Sustainable Development Planers and Environmentalist.



Building 12/41 - 43 Bourke Rd, Alexandria NSW 2015, Australia
The Kafnu Centre, Level 3


Friday 25 October 2019 from 9am to 5pm


Participants: $299.00

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