Pat Anderson AO – a powerful advocate for the health of Australia’s First People – will be delivering the 2021 Lowitja O’Donoghue Oration, presented by The Don Dunstan Foundation at Bonython Hall, North Terrace, Adelaide, from 6.30pm on Thursday June 1.
Ms Anderson is an Alyawarre Woman, known nationally and internationally for her forthright advocacy for the advancement and recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, and for providing a powerful voice calling for change in the wider community.
She has won numerous awards for her work in health and human rights, serving currently as Chairperson of the Remote Area Health Corporation and Chairperson of the Lowitja Institute.
Ms Anderson’s contributions to health research have been applauded for not only providing benefits to Indigenous and Torres Strait Island people but for the nation at large.
As a special offer, the Don Dunstan Foundation is offering Flinders staff and students a 50% discount on the tickets to the Oration, through using the discount code LODOFLINDERS2021 when they book online. Tickets are available here.