AGENDA - 50th Anniversary Aboriginal Embassy

DAY 1 - Overview of Program for
Aboriginal Embassy 50th Anniversary
Wednesday 26 January 2022
National Film & Sound Archives McCoy Cct, ACTON, 2601 8am-9am March Preparation
Assemble on lawns at the National Film and Sound Archive (NFSA), McCoy Circuit, Acton ACT 2601
Gather with Flags of the Embassy First Nations and banners for March to remember 20 July 1972 Embassy resistance
National Film & Sound Archives McCoy Cct, ACTON, 2601 9-10am Welcome to Country
Smoking ceremony
and scene setting
March from lawns of National Film & Sound Archives 10am-12noon 50th Anniversary March – remembering historic march of 20 July 1972 from ANU March to new Parliament House with water station etc along the way
New parliament House 12noon - 1pm Refreshments
New Parliament House - Mosaic, Forecourt & lawns 1pm Associated Stories and Achievements of the Aboriginal Embassy Stories of the 1972 Aboriginal Embassy
New Parliament House 3pm - 4pm Break: Walk to Aboriginal Embassy & reassemble
Aboriginal Embassy (Old Parliament House) 4pm - 6pm Open Forum and Q&A + 'Where to from here?'
Aboriginal Embassy 6pm - 7:30pm Break & Dinner Bring food to share
Aboriginal Embassy 7:30pm - Traditionsal Dance Songs and Stories

DAY 2 - Conference 'WHERE TO FROM HERE?' at Albert Hall

Albert Hall Conference

Tickets available Here or search Eventbrite for WHERE TO FROM HERE?
Thursday 27 January 2022
Conference: Decolonisation and the Sovereign Right to Self-Determination –
'Where To From Here?'
Albert Hall,
100 Commonwealth Ave,
Yarralumla, ACT 2601
9am Welcome & scene setting Registration & Welcome to conference
Albert Hall
(Address above)
9.10am - 11am Decolonisation And The Sovereign Right To Self-Determination
(including Celestial Law & Ritual Statutes)
Ghillar, Michael Anderson, Convenor of Sovereign Union & Leader of the Euahlayi Nation
Concepts introduction
Albert Hall
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11am - 11.30am Break and 50th Cake
Albert Hall
(Address above)
11.30am - 12.10pm Four Master Tropes
(& understanding how double-speak is used against us)
+ Q&A
Prof Gary Lilienthal, International lawyer
Concept introduction:
Albert Hall
(Address above)
12.10pm-12.40pm Predictive insights
Elisa Choy, Analysing Big Data for predictive insights to empower leaders
Albert Hall
(Address above)
12.4- - 1pm TBA
Albert Hall
(Address above)
1pm - 2pm Lunch break
Albert Hall
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2pm - 3.30pm Speakers Panel
Open Forum
Albert Hall
(Address above)
1pm - 2pm Break
Albert Hall
(Address above)
4pm - 5.00 Open Forum and Agreed Action Plan