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Please note this website is continually being updated.

Indigenous Conference Services is 100% Indigenous-owned and operated. ICS conferences and events are developed in a

  • Culturally-appropriate manner

  • In-line with community controlled beliefs, values and cultural protocols 

  • Cost effective for organisations and

  • Brings together representatives from Australian governments and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander and mainstream health sectors, grassroots communities and Elders

  • ICS believes that an holistic approach needs to be taken in all facets of its conference agendas and in developing projects

As a commitment to making our conferences as cost effective as possible for our delegates, ICS have developed a unique strategy to lower the cost of registrations as much as possible. Conference registration fees are set on a monthly stage basis so that the earlier you register, the more cost effective for your organisation. An added bonus for 2019, by registering 4 people from the same organisation, you will receive one (1) complimentary registration for the 5th delegate.

ICS is calling for Conference Partners

ICS Conference partnerships are an intricate and unique method that we have embarked on to develop and engage with experts in their field, whether it be Aboriginal Medical Services, government departments or NGOs. If your organisation wishes to partner with ICS in one of our conferences, we would not only welcome it but encourage organisations to contact us through our partnership portal.  

Conference Advisory Board & Ambassadors 

Do you feel you have something to offer to First Nations people? If so, you may wish to share your expertise by becoming a member of Indigenous Conference Services (ICS) Conference Advisory Board or you may wish to become an ICS Conference Ambassador. As a conference advisory board member or ambassador, ICS would look to you for advice and guidance in your area of expertise, as well as promoting and speaking out on issues that may be affecting First Nations communities. As we take a holistic approach to our events, ICS invites you to look at our conferences and consider the challenge of becoming a member of our conference advisory board or an event ambassador. This ensures the events we are developing are not only professional and on topic but culturally appropriate and ensures a voice from the community.  

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