NEXT Forum:’What is RMIT’s role in shaping public good’ (10 March)

To round out the fifth year of RMIT’s Ready for Life and Work Strategy, we explore the role of universities in creating public good, and how RMIT can embed social responsibility into the core values and functions of our university.

Hear from an epic panel of internationally recognised and iconoclastic experts, including: Lidia Alma Thorpe (National Aboriginal Lead for Amnesty International), Gilbert Rochecouste (Founder of VillageWell), Vishaal Kishore (Professor of Innovation & Public Policy RMIT), Robyn Healy (Dean of RMIT School of Fashion & Textiles Deputy Pro-Vice Chancellor of Belonging, College of Design & Social Context), Nick Pearce (RMIT Alumnus, Co-founder of HoMie), as well as a special indigenous performance by Allara.

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