Jeanette Fabila

Cultural Consultant, Performer, Trainer

Specialising in Indigenous Contemporary dance Jeanette is a teacher, choreographer, cultural consultant and performing artist. Her experience spans over 25 years of performing and teaching audiences locally, nationally and internationally about her Aboriginal, Torres Strait Island, Papua New Guinean and SE Asian heritage.

Aunty Jeanette will be performing as part of the opening session on Thursday 13 February 

    9.15am - 11.00am

    Conference Day One Thursday 13

    Welcome and Plenary: The challenge of change

     

    Host Grace Edward MyQ Youth Council, BEMAC

     

    Welcome to country by Uncle Cheg QUT Elder-in-Residence

    Indigenous contemporary dance by Aunty Jeanette Fabila

    Welcome to conference  Beata Ostapiej-Piatkowski, Refugee Council of Australia and Associate Professor Renata Meuter, Head, School of Psychology and Counselling, QUT Faculty of Health.


    Opening Session: The Challenge of Change

    Speakers
    Zita Ngor, Women’s Legal Services SA
    Kelly Nicholls, Refugee Council of Australia
    Muzafar Al
    i, Cisarua Refugee Learning Centre

     

    RAPPP1 Main Auditorium