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      September 27, 2017

      Wednesday   8:30 AM

      66 Goulburn Street
      Sydney, New South Wales 2000

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      Doing Things Differently - Aboriginal Housing in NSW

      Aboriginal Community Housing Providers need to register at: Hurry, registrations close Friday 22 September.  Download the agenda to see the full line-up of speakers.   We are pleased to announce the very talented and gifted Luke Carroll will be the keynote speaker for Day 2.   Luke is well-known for his television, film and theatre roles.  Luke credits include Black Comedy, The Gods of Wheat Street and Redfern Now. The latter earned him a 2012 AACTA Award Nomination for ‘Best Actor’ or ‘Supporting Actor’ in a TV Drama.  Luke is also an ambassador for the Cathy Freeman Foundation.   Tickets are selling fast so make sure you get yours before they sell out.  Want to expand your services & look at alternative approaches to funding? Join Panel F and talk with: Wayne Coolwell - Chief Executive Officer and Board Chairperson, The Centre for Aboriginal Independence and Excellence Suzanne Naden - Chief Executive Officer, Bungree Aboriginal Association Andrew Cairns - Chief Executive Officer, Community Sector Banking Rajiv Viswanathan - Chief Executive Officer, Indigenous Business Australia Managing assets: approaches to maintenance and management. What works and what doesn’t? Join Panel B and hear from: James Butterworth - WA State Manager, Community Housing Limited Group Chris Bird - Chief Executive Officer, Twofold Aboriginal Corporation Inc. Melissa Brennan - General Manager, Yaanma Services Cath Brokenborough - Executive Lead, Indigenous Engagement & Reconciliation, Lendlease Beyond housing - providing tenancy support services, what to consider? Join Panel G - Hear from: Suzanne Naden - Chief Executive Officer, Bungree Aboriginal Association Annette Steele - Chief Executive Officer, Orange Local Aboriginal Land Council Suzanne Ingram - Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Health Lead, Centre for Health Equity Training, Research and Evaluation (CHETRE), UNSWAboriginal health services   Who should attend? Aboriginal Community Housing Providers Community housing providers Not-for-profit organisations providing services to Aboriginal clients Aboriginal health services Aboriginal disability support services Aboriginal employment services Investors in social and affordable housing Community banking sector Service providers to clients in social and affordable housing Event Pricing  $450 + GST | Early bird $380 + GST (until 25 August 2017)Ticket prices include access to all sessions, lunch, morning tea and the networking drinks at the conclusion of the conference (from 3:30pm). If you are unable to pay via credit card, or would like to be invoiced for your ticket purchase, please contact Ashleigh Milne at or 02 4324 2254.  Accommodation The Aboriginal Housing Office has partned with selected hotels near the Sydney Masonic Centre who have offered special rates to conference delegates requiring accommodation either before or after the conference.  Vibe Hotel Sydney - 111 Goulburn Street, SydneyOffer: 10% off best available rate. $20 breakfast (if booked at same time) Reference: AHO Conference  Travelodge - 27-33 Wentworth Avenue, SydneyOffer: $170 per night. Reference: AHO CONF Rydges World Square - 389 Pitt Street, Sydney Offer: 10% off (plus other benefits) if you join the Priority Guest Rewards Program 

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