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Opinion Piece by Morgan Farley about the online event, Lunch with Leaders – Importance of Global Citizenship
Ambassadors Launch Community Citizen of the Year Awards
On 23 July 2020 Auspire delivered another highly successful Lunch with Leaders event featuring 2020 Australian of the Year, Dr James Muecke AM and Senior Australian of the Year, Prof. John Newnham AM.
Auspire welcomes Chevron Australia as National Diversity and Inclusion Partner for Australian of the Year Awards
Auspire is delighted to announce a new corporate partnership with Chevron Australia as the National Diversity and Inclusion Partner for the Australian of the Year Awards.
On the 1st July 2020, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, President and Vice President of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust, joined a zoom panel with young leaders of the Queen’s Commonwealth Trust around the world to discuss concepts of justice, equality and fairness; important values that are being recognised as part of an ongoing series of youth-led discussion.
Auspire - Australia Day Council is delighted to announce the appointment of Ms Rabia Siddique as a Non-Executive Director to the Auspire board.
This week we are highlighting one of our corporate partners StudyPerth and the work of WA 2020 Local Hero Finalist, Julian Pace. The two have teamed up to support the mental health and wellbeing of International Students via a new online webinar series called The Happiness Corner.
Over a 45 minute ‘lunch break’ session our four highly respected Aboriginal Community Leaders discussed the theme of 'In This Together', and shared stories, thoughts and ideals on what Reconciliation, Culture, Understanding and Acknowledgement means to them, which was followed by a group discussion and Q&A session.
Independent Research commissioned by the National Australia Day Council was conducted in early February with more than 1,100 Australians 15 years and over and confirmed strong support for Australia Day as it becomes more socially and culturally inclusive.
20 Ambassadors from our Inspiring Australians Network were involved in community celebrations of all sizes, including wonderful recognition to Aboriginal culture through to smaller and more intimate citizenship ceremonies at Local Government Councils.