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The Indigenous Literacy Foundation is a not-for-profit charity which respects the unique place of Australia’s First Peoples and draws on the expertise of the Australian book industry.

RQI is pleased to present Indigenous Literacy Foundation Board Member Glen Miller, who will join us to speak about the work of the Foundation.

Entry is free and all are welcome. Donations will be gratefully received. Please bring a plate of food and/or refreshments for contribution to our afternoon tea.

We will be raffling a copy of the recently reprinted book, written by Glen Miller’s mother Aunty Olga Miller: Legends of Moonie Jarl.

To reserve your place, please RSVP by email to events@rqi.org.au or call Rosalie on 0448 468 618.

WHEN: Saturday, 24 March 2018 from 1:00 pm – 3:45 pm
WHERE: Mitchelton Library, 37 Heliopolis Parade, Mitchelton 

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This event is another RQI General Meeting and aims to promote reconciliation while giving our members another opportunity to engage with the Association’s management committee. This is a largely informal affair and no motions have been proposed for the meeting.

In accordance with the RQI rules, 28 days notice of this General Meeting was provided to all members in the February edition of RQI News.

About Glen Miller

Glen, a descendant of the Butchella people of the Fraser coast, has worked for more than 20 years to help preserve Aboriginal culture. His experience in education, local government and tourism, brings a unique set of management skills and knowledge to the Indigenous Literacy Foundation Board.

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Glen Miller proudly shows off the first edition of the Legends of Moonie Jarl.

Glen is an active member of many Aboriginal organisations, including the Fraser Island World Heritage Indigenous Advisory Committee, the Wondunna Aboriginal Corporation, the Butchella Traditional Owners Aboriginal Corporation, and the Fraser Island Natural Integrity Alliance. He also founded and is President of Butchella Men’s Business Aboriginal Association Inc.

More info about the Indigenous Literacy Foundation, visit: https://www.indigenousliteracyfoundation.org.au/

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