Acclaimed writer, film-maker and performer, Richard Frankland MA, is a naturally engaging speaker who has addressed many national and international conferences.
Richard has given speeches to a variety of government departments including the Departments of Education, Human Services, and Justice. He has spoken at the Shrine of Remembrance, Multi-cultural Victoria, Melbourne Museum, the State Library and addressed a number of non-government organisations (NGOs).
He has addressed various national conferences in relation to health, film, theatre and literature and has spoken at international conferences including the United Nations, Human Rights organisations and film, arts and music festivals around the world. Many of these have been keynote speeches.
Some of the topics Richard can cover include:
- His life and experience as an Aboriginal person.
- Contribution of Aboriginal service men and women
- Aboriginal Deaths in Custody
- Aboriginal history
- Australian Identity
If you would like Richard to speak at your next conference, contact us via this website or phone Debra Craib on 0435 815 301.