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Tanya Hosch: Our story is one all Australians can be proud of and share with us as we seek to complete this great task

tanya hoschTanya Hosch has spent much of her working life in Adelaide, South Australia. Most of this time Tanya was employed in the State Public Sector across a broad range of service and policy organisations. Tanya has worked in the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Unit of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission in Sydney, for the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation in Canberra and then with...

 

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Glanville: Truth is the opposite of myth

dodson, hoesch,_glanvilleJason Glanville is a member of the Wiradjuri peoples from south-western New South Wales. He is the Director of Programs and Strategy at Reconciliation Australia, a non-government, not-for-profit organisation building innovative partnerships for change between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. Jason has worked in a range of positions in community-based Indigenous organisations and...

 

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