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Claystone Marketing welcomes you to the 30th Anniversary reunion of the key players who facilitated NIBEC93 the first National Indigenous Business Economic Conference organized in 65,000 years.

To celebrate Indigenous Business Month our 100% Aboriginal owned Claystone marketing has arranged a webinar 30th Anniversary reunion of the key players who facilitated NIBEC93 the first National Indigenous Business Economic Conference organized in 65,000 years.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website contains images, voices and names of deceased persons.

NIBEC93 was created by the late Dr Charles Perkins AO (See speech extract below)

Webinar date; 12.00 pm AEDST October 19

Keynote speaker Rod Williams University of Queensland and Gongan Consultancy, Graham Atkinson (TBC) and Colin Cowell

Title: Our business history

Register: Click here

On the page you will find

  1. Introduction from Charles Perkins AO and Access to his full keynote speech
  2. How to register for the webinar
  3. Downoad the NIBEC93 conference report extract
  4. NIBEC93 National media coverage
  5. Bio of key speakers presenting

1.TOWARDS A BLACK ECONOMY: Creating an economic template for our  healthy futures.” Dr Charles Perkins

Dr Charles Perkins opening the Australia’s First National /International Indigenous and Economic Conference (NIBEC 1993) Alice Springs.  1993 International Year of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

The three factors of Aboriginal employment, education and health are inexorably linked.

They are the keys to Aboriginal well-being. The three, with Aboriginal culture as their foundation and inspiration, must be the focus of policy, programs and thus expenditure in a triangle of interdependency. To emphasis one without the other is a waste of money and effort and guarantees little positive results.

Let me know suggest some strategies for consideration which may assist to create a template for our future.

The key elements are all interconnected in a total mosaic of Aboriginal affairs underpinned on the one hand with our culture and on the other with Aboriginal economics.

The first is the Aboriginal economy and what we can do to remove to concept and perception of “welfare” from Aboriginal affaires.

Obviously in the general welfare services area this is not entirely possible nor should it be.

In almost all areas of Aboriginal activity we are funded by the Government or Quasi- Government bodies.

We have scarecely moved away from the annual dependent and humiliating welfare budgetary process.

Our economy is in reality a false economy

This arrangement can be terminated or drastically reduced at any time by any Government.

We must therefore consider several options.

Importantly, Aboriginal people should be aware of this false economy which forms the basis of Aboriginal affairs in this country.

The economic lifeline is maintained only at the discretion of politicians and fickle public.

We must therefore develop and consolidate a viable economy for our various communities and organisations that will sustain us into the future.

We must create short and long-term economic strategies now and thus create a more independent and secure base for ourselves and our children. The reality is that Aboriginal people under utilise to put is kindly, their current economic and personal resources.

The potential for economic viability for our people is available now if only we could awake to the opportunity and not be blinded largely by employment survival economics.

Read full speech here

2.How to register for the webinar

Click here

3.Download NIBEC93 conference report extract

Click here

4.Download the NIBEC93 National media Coverage

Click here

5.Bio of key speakers presenting

Rod Williams

Rod is a Bundjalung man (NSW) who has pursued a private sector career that extends across the industrial relations, financial, mining, small business, not for profit and university sectors. Founding Director and Owner of Gongan Consultancy Pty Ltd and currently a full time PhD candidate (Doctor of Philosophy) at the School of Business, University of Queensland.

Gongan Consultancy is a small specialised Aboriginal consultancy business formed in February 1993 which has developed the Gongan Business Model which provides a cultural interface framework between western and Indigenous knowledge systems of the Community, Government and the Private Sector.

Rod brings a wealth of business experience from providing consultancy services to all levels of Government, Business, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and communities throughout Australia since 1993. Held a diverse range of management positions with the NT Confederation of Industry & Commerce (Darwin); National Mutual Funds Management (Melbourne); Normandy Mining (Adelaide); University of South Australia (Adelaide), National Indigenous Development Alliance (Brisbane); Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Land Rights Administration (Umuwa) Australian Red Cross (Darwin), Marthakal Homelands Resource Centre (Galiwin’ku), Southern Cross University (Coffs Harbour) and Gongan Consulting.

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CLAYSTONE MARKETING WELCOMES YOU TO THE 30THANNIVERSARY REUNION OF THE KEY PLAYERS WHO FACILITATED NIBEC93 THE FIRST NATIONAL INDIGENOUS BUSINESS ECONOMIC CONFERENCE ORGANIZED IN 65,000 YEARS.

HISTORICAL

CLAYSTONE MARKETING WELCOMES YOU TO THE 30THANNIVERSARY REUNION OF THE KEY PLAYERS WHO FACILITATED NIBEC93 THE FIRST NATIONAL INDIGENOUS BUSINESS ECONOMIC CONFERENCE ORGANIZED IN 65,000 YEARS.

To celebrate Indigenous Business Month our 100% Aboriginal owned Claystone marketing has arranged a webinar 30th Anniversary reunion of the key players who facilitated NIBEC93 the first National Indigenous Business Economic Conference organized in 65,000 years.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people should be aware that this website contains images, voices and names of deceased persons.

NIBEC93 was created by the late Dr Charles Perkins AO (See speech extract below)

Webinar date; 12.00 pm AEDST October 19

Keynote speaker Rod Williams University of Queensland and Gongan Consultancy, Graham Atkinson (TBC) and Colin Cowell

Title: Our business history

Register: Click here

On the page you will find

  1. Introduction from Charles Perkins AO and Access to his full keynote speech
  2. How to register for the webinar
  3. Downoad the NIBEC93 conference report extract
  4. NIBEC93 National media coverage
  5. Bio of key speakers presenting

1.TOWARDS A BLACK ECONOMY: Creating an economic template for our  healthy futures.” Dr Charles Perkins

Dr Charles Perkins opening the Australia’s First National /International Indigenous and Economic Conference (NIBEC 1993) Alice Springs.  1993 International Year of the World’s Indigenous Peoples

The three factors of Aboriginal employment, education and health are inexorably linked.

They are the keys to Aboriginal well-being. The three, with Aboriginal culture as their foundation and inspiration, must be the focus of policy, programs and thus expenditure in a triangle of interdependency. To emphasis one without the other is a waste of money and effort and guarantees little positive results.

Let me know suggest some strategies for consideration which may assist to create a template for our future.

The key elements are all interconnected in a total mosaic of Aboriginal affairs underpinned on the one hand with our culture and on the other with Aboriginal economics.

The first is the Aboriginal economy and what we can do to remove to concept and perception of “welfare” from Aboriginal affaires.

Obviously in the general welfare services area this is not entirely possible nor should it be.

In almost all areas of Aboriginal activity we are funded by the Government or Quasi- Government bodies.

We have scarecely moved away from the annual dependent and humiliating welfare budgetary process.

Our economy is in reality a false economy

This arrangement can be terminated or drastically reduced at any time by any Government.

We must therefore consider several options.

Importantly, Aboriginal people should be aware of this false economy which forms the basis of Aboriginal affairs in this country.

The economic lifeline is maintained only at the discretion of politicians and fickle public.

We must therefore develop and consolidate a viable economy for our various communities and organisations that will sustain us into the future.

We must create short and long-term economic strategies now and thus create a more independent and secure base for ourselves and our children. The reality is that Aboriginal people under utilise to put is kindly, their current economic and personal resources.

The potential for economic viability for our people is available now if only we could awake to the opportunity and not be blinded largely by employment survival economics.

Read full speech here

2.How to register for the webinar

Click here

3.Download NIBEC93 conference report extract

Click here

4.Download the NIBEC93 National media Coverage

Click here

5.Bio of key speakers presenting

Rod Williams

Rod is a Bundjalung man (NSW) who has pursued a private sector career that extends across the industrial relations, financial, mining, small business, not for profit and university sectors. Founding Director and Owner of Gongan Consultancy Pty Ltd and currently a full time PhD candidate (Doctor of Philosophy) at the School of Business, University of Queensland.

Gongan Consultancy is a small specialised Aboriginal consultancy business formed in February 1993 which has developed the Gongan Business Model which provides a cultural interface framework between western and Indigenous knowledge systems of the Community, Government and the Private Sector.

Rod brings a wealth of business experience from providing consultancy services to all levels of Government, Business, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and communities throughout Australia since 1993. Held a diverse range of management positions with the NT Confederation of Industry & Commerce (Darwin); National Mutual Funds Management (Melbourne); Normandy Mining (Adelaide); University of South Australia (Adelaide), National Indigenous Development Alliance (Brisbane); Aṉangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Land Rights Administration (Umuwa) Australian Red Cross (Darwin), Marthakal Homelands Resource Centre (Galiwin’ku), Southern Cross University (Coffs Harbour) and Gongan Consulting.

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