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Ms. Kirstie Parker

Wrong Kirstie Parker?

Co-Chair

Email: k***@***.au
Local Address:  New South Wales , Australia
National Congress of Australia
P.O. Box 1446
STRAWBERRY HILLS , New South Wales 2012
Australia

 
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Board | Reconciliation Australia
www.onefutureforum.com, 14 Aug 2015 [cached]
Ms Kirstie Parker is a Yuwallarai woman from NSW and Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples. She has 25 year's experience in mainstream and Indigenous journalism, communications and management of Indigenous organisations, Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute, and the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre. Previously, she was editor of national Indigenous newspaper The Koori Mail; media adviser to a federal government minister and head of public affairs for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC).
NATIONAL BOARD National Congress of Australia's First Peoples
nationalcongress.com.au, 23 Sept 2015 [cached]
(Top Row: L-R) Les Malezer (Co-Chair), Kirstie Parker (Co-Chair), Rod Little, Venessa Curnow. (Bottom Row: L-R) Daphne Yarram, Gerry Moore, Amala Groom, Mark McMillan.
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Kirstie Parker, Co-Chair Kirstie Parker is a Yuwallarai Aboriginal woman from northwest NSW, and Co-Chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples. She has more than 25 years experience in mainstream and Indigenous print and radio journalism, communications, and management of Indigenous organisations. From 2006 until her election to Congress, Kirstie was Editor (and sometime Managing Editor) of the national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander newspaper, the Koori Mail. She is also currently a director of Reconciliation Australia, a board member of the Australian Indigenous Communications Association (AICA), and a member of the Deadly Awards Executive Academy.
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Congress congratulates Co-Chair Kirstie Parker in new role as NCIE CEO
Koori Mail - The Fortnightly National Indigenous Newspaper – 100% Aboriginal-Owned 100% Self Funded
www.koorimail.com.au, 5 April 2015 [cached]
Parker recognised with Peacewomen award Kirstie Parker is one of four women being recognised for promoting peace and freedom in Australia. Kirstie Parker is one of four women being recognised for promoting peace and freedom in Australia. Wednesday, 25 March 2015 5:00 pm
YUWALLARAI and Wiradjuri woman Kirstie Parker will be the inaugural recipient of an Australian Peacewomen award. Ms Parker, who is co-chair of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples and the Close the Gap campaign and a former editor of the Koori Mail, is being recognised for her dedication to achieving health and life expectation equality for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. The awards are being presented by the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom as part of its centenary celebration.
Constitution National Congress of Australia's First Peoples
nationalcongress.com.au, 11 June 2015 [cached]
Congress Co-Chairs Les Malezer and Kirstie Parker said the RDA was vital for race relations in Australia, but warned there were still fundamental weaknesses around it.
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Congress Co-Chairs Kirstie Parker and Les Malezer met with Congress Board Directors to assess the Government's announcement that ... Continue reading →
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Congress congratulates Co-Chair Kirstie Parker in new role as NCIE CEO
One Future Forum 2007 - Kirstie Parker
www.onefutureforum.com, 24 June 2011 [cached]
Ms Kirstie Parker One Future Forum 2007 - Kirstie Parker
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Kirstie Parker
Kirstie Parker is a Yuwallarai Aboriginal woman from New South Wales. She has more than 20 years experience in journalism and communications. Since July 2006, she has been the Editor of the national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander newspaper, the Koori Mail. Prior to this, she was Media and Communications Manager at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) in Canberra, ran the award-winning Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC), and was the Director of the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute - Tandanya in Adelaide. She was Director of Public Affairs for ATSIC for two and a half years, and media adviser to a Federal Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs for two years. She has also worked for ABC Radio and the West Australian newspaper, and was Editor of a weekly regional newspaper in far north QLD. Kirstie is a past member of numerous arts and community committees and advisory bodies. In 2003, she received a Centenary Medal for her contribution to the Indigenous community and Australian life.
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Kirstie Parker
The One Future Forum was conceived and organised by Reconciliation Australia and supported by a grant from the Australian Government through the Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs.
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