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We had:

Simon von Saldern, Healthy Male CEO discussing how a recent Healthy Male survey of 367 men who tried to father a child or had fathered a child revealed 43% felt the health system failed to engage, support and inform them along the way.

Mary Delahunty, Head of Impact at HESTA talking about how they are outlining investor expectations for how companies engage with Indigenous communities and manage heritage protection.

Judy Watson, her artwork will be featured in the Terra inFirma: Sovereignty and Memory exhibition at The Leo Kelly Blacktown Arts Centre that runs from the 5th September – 3rd November.

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