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Africa Day Forum 2023

25 May 2023Online – Zoom

Thriving in adversity – How African Australians can succeed in the workplace


To celebrate Africa Day on 25 May, please join IPAA Victoria and its African-Australian Community of Practice for a virtual panel discussion on ‘Thriving in adversity – How African Australians can succeed in workplace’ to hear the experiences of distinguished African Australian Public Purpose and Corporate Leaders.

Speakers will discuss the many aspects of barriers that African Australians have, and enablers that African Australians require to succeed in their workplaces.

This event is led by IPAA Victoria’s African-Australian Community of Practice.

About Africa Day

Africa Day has been celebrated in Melbourne since 2012. It is an opportunity to bring together in unity the diverse African cultures represented here in Australia to celebrate the economic, spiritual, moral, social and cultural contributions and successes of Australians of all age groups from African descent. It is also an opportunity to highlight the benefits African Australians bring to Australia and the importance of Africa to Australia and the world.


Bertrand Tungandame (MC)

NITV Radio- A/Executive Producer

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Dr Morley Muse

Cofounder, ISTEM

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Dr Kudzai Kanhutu

Dean of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians

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Rachel Cecilio

Director, Multicultural Affairs Policy, Department of Families, Fairness and Housing

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Date & Time

25 May 2023
12:00 pm–1:30 pm (AEST)


Online via Zoom


This is a FREE event for all IPAA Victoria Members, including employees of our member organisations such as VPS departments.

Non members $30.00 (inc GST).