It’s a time of exciting change as 2022's FECCA conference in Melbourne is bringing together thought leaders, young and emerging voices, and changemakers from across the nation for the conversations that will help shape the future of multicultural Australia.If you haven't already, register as there's still time. We have a rich program of great speakers and sessions lined up, including an opening keynote address from Professor Megan Davis and Juliana Nkrumah AM on The Uluru Statement From the Heart and an address from His Excellency General the Honourable David Hurley AC.
Those who are unable to join us for the full FECCA 2022 conference can still attend the Gala Dinner Thursday 16 June for an exciting evening of entertainment and networking at Melbourne Museum.
RegistrationsRegistrations will be capped at 800 delegates.
ECCV Featured SessionsECCV staff and members are speaking at the conference and we've highlighted some of the sessions we're looking forward to.
- Abuse: awareness and strategies
- Lessons learned from COVID-19
- Multicultural mental health
- Multilingual Australia: inclusive comms
- Next gen in action: Young Leaders Panel
- Racism still sucks
- Refugee and asylum seeker advocacy
- What's an equitable disability system?
- What's my login? #DigitalInclusion