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In order for Auspire to continue to deliver quality events, forums and capacity building workshops, we will be required to record all in-person attendees at our events. We too will be using the safe WA system as it is the most efficient and safe way to record your contact details when you check-in, using the app.
The 2021 WA Australian of the Year Awards Ceremony was held on 12th November 2020 at a new venue The Ritz-Carlton Hotel in Perth. After a significant and successful nomination campaign, the nominees for the 2021 awards were shortlisted to 16 state finalists, 4 in each category – WA 2021 Australian of the Year, WA 2021 Senior Australian of the Year, WA 2021 Young Australian of the Year and WA 2021 Local Hero, representing the best of Western Australia.
The nominees for the WA Australian of the Year Awards include doctors and scientists, a rural tourism ambassador, the founder of Plastic Free July, an Aboriginal arts and culture leader, a young advocate for voluntary assisted dying and the man who urged Australians to support healthcare workers during COVID-19.
Acacia Prison Staff Support Aboriginal Cultural Awareness
To better understand “Where to from here?” and how we might better support those within our professional and personal networks, Auspire - The Australia Day Council of Western Australia hosted the Inspiring Australians Mental Health Week Breakfast featuring Professor Patrick McGorry AO – 2010 Australian of the Year and a stellar line up of panellist.
High school students meet 2020 Australians of the Year
An exciting new appointment to the National Australia Day Council Board further expands the NADCs diversity, bringing added cultural knowledge and background to support the Inclusion and Respect agenda.
Opinion Piece by Morgan Farley about the online event, Lunch with Leaders – Importance of Global Citizenship
Ambassadors Launch Community Citizen of the Year Awards