2017 CBAA Conference

Call out for agenda items

Holly Friedlander Liddicoat, 28th September 2018
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Each year at the CBAA Conference, we hold the Women/GNC's and Youth (under 26) forums, where people who identify in these groups can get together to discuss the community broadcasting issues that are important to them.

We are currently calling out for agenda items to be discussed at each forum.

Please email office@cbaa.org.au with your agenda items by COB AEDT 17 October. The agendas will then be circulated prior to the conference, and you can also add to them on the day.

Continue the conversation

After conference, we'll be hosting two follow up webinars for those interested in continuing the conversation.

Women and GNC's webinar: 6.30 pm, AEST, Wed, 28 November - register now

Youth webinar: 6.30 pm AEST, Wed, 12 December - register now

Become the next CBAA Youth Representative

As well as four board members, the Youth Representative role is up for nomination this year, term ending at the 2020 CBAA AGM.

Nominees are expected to have a commitment to the ideals of community broadcasting, a solid knowledge of and interest in the development of community broadcasting as a national sector and commit to representing the interests of the whole sector.

Nominations are particularly encouraged from people (to fill skills or diversity gaps):

  • From a regional or rural location
  • From an Indigenous background
  • From a non-English speaking background
  • With accountancy qualifications
  • With legal qualifications
  • With experience with dynamics of fundraising

Nominations close 5.00pm AEDT on Friday, 12th October 2018. Get more information and find out how to apply.

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