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Big River Impact Foundation Program Launch

Big River Imact Foundation’s New Program Launch

Josephine Cashman, Founder and Executive Chair, Big River Impact Foundation, delivering the speech in Sydney. For decades Minister Ken Wyatt has built trusting relationships on the ground with decent leaders who are community focused. These are the quiet leaders working hard to find solutions behind the scenes. Quietness is not a weakness, rather it is one
Josephine Cashman, Executive Chair, Big River Impact Foundation

Do Indigenous Philosophies Present an Opportunity to Address Poverty?

There is little doubt that our social service system is failing to eliminate poverty. Do Indigenous philosophies present the impact investing community with doctrines capable of turning this around? Does Indigenous philosophy offer the impact investing community solutions capable of turning the social service industry around? It is not surprising

Josephine Cashman, APEC Wellington NZ

APEC Economic Committee and APEC Policy Partnership for Women and the Economy – Session 6

APEC Public-Private Dialogue on Structural Reform and Gender During this session speakers will describe their own economy’s experience with implementation
Josephine Cashman, APEC Wellington NZ

APEC Economic Committee and APEC Policy Partnership for Women and the Economy – Session 3

APEC Public-Private Dialogue on Structural Reform and Gender Session Three: The Private Sector, Good Corporate Governance and Diversity. During this
Josephine Cashman, Executive Chair, Big River Impact Foundation

The University of Adelaide, School of Social Sciences

We can be optimistic Before I attended University I had set goals for myself to highlight domestic violence in Indigenous
Josephine Cashman, 2018 5th National Indigenous STOP Domestic Violence Conference

2018 5th National Indigenous STOP Domestic Violence Conference

I wish to acknowledge the custodians of this land, the Turrbal clan of the Jagera people and their Elders past

Aboriginal Family Violence Policing Conference – Yirrkala 2018

I wish to acknowledge the custodians of this land, the Rirratjingu people and their Elders past and present. I acknowledge

Reconcilation Week 2018

Introduction I wish to acknowledge the Custodians of our land, the First Australians and their Elders past, present and emerging.

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Big River Impact Foundation acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the lands we visit through the course of our work and recognise the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders both past, present and future.