Visiting WA

Former Tasmanian anti-discrimination commissioner Jocelynne Scutt to speak on Women and Workplace Mobbing: an issue for the 21st century for the Institute of Public Administration Australia (WA Division), on June 16 at the Sheraton Hotel. Author and consultant Daryl Guppy to present a workshop on Simply Better Trading: Making and keeping profits in nasty markets, June 23 at the Hotel Grand Chancellor. Mutujulu Foundation chairman John Morse, Lonely Planet publisher Tony Wheeler, Federal Small Business and Tourism Minister Fran Bailey, Centenary Medal winner Paul Ah Chee, Maori entrepreneur Richard Te Hurinui Jones, Indigenous Business Australia chairman Joseph Elu, journalist Rhoda Roberts, Canadian indigenous tourism practitioner Wally Samuel, Ballarat Aboriginal Cultural Experience general manager Colin Cowell, AIB Insurance Brokers general manager Allan Day, chef Mark Olive and Tourism Queensland market development manager Glen Miller, to speak at the 2005 Australian Indigenous Tourism Conference, June 25 to 29 at the Sheraton Hotel. World Nuclear Association director of public communications Ian Hore-Lacy to make a presentation on The Case for Nuclear Energy, for the Australian Institute of Energy on June 28 at the Perth Convention & Exhibition Centre. University of California planning professor Robert Cervero, University of Amsterdam associate professor Luca Bertolini and City of Maribyronong councillor Janet Rice, to speak at the Transit Oriented Development Conference, July 5 to 8 at the Esplanade Hotel Fremantle. KPMG Forensic partner Gary Gill, to speak on Fraud Control and Prevention in the Public Sector for the Institute of Public Administration Australia (WA Division), July 20 at the Novotel Langley Hotel.

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