Ancient Culture, New Conversations: Henrietta Marrie | Speakers & Ideas
Social justice warrior, traditional owner, elder, mother and internationally recognised academic Henrietta Marrie’s extraordinary life has been realised on stage in *Bukal*. Rhoda draws Henrietta into deeper discussion about the process of excavating your past for public consumption - with the added insight of having been *Bukal*’s Concept Director.
Indigenous Impact | Speakers & Ideas
Henrietta has wide experience in Indigenous cultural and natural resource management and impact assessment, intellectual and cultural property law, heritage legislation and philanthropy. She served for six years with the UN Secretariat of the Convention on Biological Diversity in Montreal, before becoming the Program Manager with The Christensen Fund. A former Visiting Fellow with the United Nations University – Institute for the Advanced Study of Sustainability working on the Institute’s Traditional Knowledge Initiative, she is now Associate Professor (Indigenous Engagement) with Central Queensland University. Henrietta discusses changes she has seen – at all levels – in Indigenous engagement around the world. Let us be the vehicle for change – let us determine our future.