Making a change to the Australian constitution human rights using technology as a platform and comparing it to how it would be different to the last change in 1967 (when Aboriginal people were included in the census for the first time) around human rights issues.
09:00 - 09:15
Anny is 4,005th descendant of the Ngemba mob and grew up on Gundangara country as a fifth-generation daughter of Crookwell. Both communities are located in NSW, Australia. Anny has a strong background as an accredited trainer and coach spanning over three and a half decades. Over the past two years, she has been practising and honing her skills as an emerging Speaker. As a digital immigrant, Anny has much in common with digital natives who she sees are both constantly learning and re-learning to juggle and balance hard and soft skills technologies. Anny’s stories of how she learned to be a cross-cultural go-between or a translator between generations, cultures and technologies will take you on a journey that ebbs and flows when she is on stage. She will share with you what she has learned as she explores the “space“ between the differences and how it ultimately brings out your best.