Regional development in Western Australia

Regional development in Western Australia

WA
Jun 11
Join Hon. Terry Redman MLA and other distinguished regional champions for a celebration of Western Australia's regions and a discussion on how to ensure long-term growth and prosperity for regional communities.

Speakers

Jack Archer, Chief Executive Officer, Regional Australia Institute
, Commercial and Strategy Director, Telstra Health
Professor Marcia Langton AM, Foundation Chair, Australian Indigenous Studies, The University of Melbourne
The Hon. Terry Redman MLA, WA Minister for Regional Development; Lands; Minister Assisting the Minister for State Development, Leader of the Nationals WA

Event overview

After nine sold-out conferences throughout Western Australia over two years, this event is the culmination of CEDA WA's State of the Regions series. We will be launching an independent report, State of the Regions: Regional development in Western Australia, which captures the key findings and outcomes of the series, and outlines an action plan for capitalising on opportunities to ensure sustainable, long-term growth for WA’s regions.

The event will explore WA’s regions and their development for the betterment of both the state and nation as a whole.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Terry Redman MLA
WA Minister for Regional Development; Lands; Minister Assisting the Minister for State Development, Leader of the Nationals WA

Meet the speakers

Jack Archer
Chief Executive Officer, Regional Australia Institute


Commercial and Strategy Director, Telstra Health

Professor Marcia Langton AM
Foundation Chair, Australian Indigenous Studies, The University of Melbourne

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