As part of Ozwater’21 this week, on Tuesday Troy Brockbank will be participating in a Panel Session with indigenous water professionals from Aotearoa and Australia that will discuss “Incorporating Indigenous World views into our water future”. #ozwater21 #indigenouspeoples #reimaginingourwaterfuture

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Only 3 sleeps to go until we kick off Australian Water Association‘s Ozwater’21 Conference and Exhibition in Adelaide!

One of the sessions I am looking forward to is the Panel Session next Tuesday afternoon at 4pm ‘INCORPORATING INDIGENOUS WORLD VIEW INTO OUR WATER FUTURE’ where we will hear indigenous perspectives from New Zealand Troy Brockbank and Gillian Blythe and Australia Elle Davidson as well as from Rachael Siddall and Clyde Rigney on SA Water‘s Reconciliation Action Plan journey. Thanks to Aurecon for bringing this session to life! The commitments and outcomes from this session will inform Australian Water Association‘s and Water Services Association of Australia (WSAA)‘s Reconciliation Action Plans as we work together in partnership to engage our First Nations people and our members to make a positive change.

There is still time to register to attend Ozwater’21 in Adelaide but if you are overseas or in Australia and cannot attend in person you can join our Ozwater’21 Online Program. The team have curated an outstanding online program including live streaming Keynotes and sessions over three days with some content made available on demand so you can watch it later too.
#ozwater’21 #indigenouspeoples #reimaginingourwaterfuture