Debra Hocking to mark Sorry Day at SCU
SOUTHERN Cross University's Lismore campus will mark National Sorry Day with special guest speaker, Debra Hocking.
Debra Hocking is a survivor of the Stolen Generations and descendant of the Mouheneener people of South-East Tasmania.
She is a recipient of the United Nations Award for the International Year of the Culture of Peace and the Human Rights Award for Humanitarian Activities in Tasmania.
Debra holds a Masters degree in Indigenous Health and was the Indigenous Co-Chair of the Stolen Generations Alliance and the National Sorry Day Committee.
She is currently a Lecturer with the University of Wollongong teaching in Postgraduate Indigenous Health, and holds the position of Deputy Chair of the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healing Foundation.
When: Tuesday, May 22, 11am - 1pm.
Where: Zest Function Room, Military Road, East Lismore.
Free entry to students, staff and the community
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