HERO Summit 2024 (800 x 1000 px)
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Making multicultural communications mainstream

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"Ethnolink hosts largest multicultural communications summit in Australia's history." - Medium (September, 2023)

Ethnolink Summit is back! Join 200+ attendees in Melbourne for a full transformative day on multicultural communications.

Tuesday 27th August 2024
Early bird sale on now!
SUMMIT AGENDA
We anticipate that the full summit agenda will be released by 30 June.

50 EARLY BIRD TICKETS AVAILABLE TILL 30 JUNE OR SOLD OUT
EARLY BIRD PRICE $249.00 / REGULAR PRICE $299.00


DISCOUNTED GROUP TICKETS
$199.00 EACH FOR GROUPS OF 5+

Speakers

Get ready to meet some of our incredible speakers at the upcoming summit! Speakers are subject to change without notice. More speakers to be announced soon.
Holly Seale

Keynote Speaker

We're excited to announce Associate Professor Holly Seale from the University of New South Wales (UNSW) will be our keynote speaker for the upcoming summit. Holly, also serving as Associate Dean, International, Faculty of Medicine and Health at UNSW, leads groundbreaking research at the School of Population Health.

Holly leads initiatives to enhance pandemic preparedness by developing communication strategies, especially for multicultural communities. Her expertise has led to advisory roles with global organisations like the WHO, contributing to pandemic mitigation strategies and community engagement efforts. Additionally, her work extends to reducing antimicrobial misuse and improving infection control practices, driving quality and safety improvements in healthcare both locally and internationally.

50 EARLY BIRD TICKETS AVAILABLE TILL 30 JUNE OR SOLD OUT
EARLY BIRD PRICE $249.00 / REGULAR PRICE $299.00


DISCOUNTED GROUP TICKETS
$199.00 EACH FOR GROUPS OF 5+

Why attend?

Network with your peers

Join us at Ethnolink Summit 2024 and connect with over 200 professionals, exchange innovative ideas, and foster new alliances. This is your platform to expand your network, share best practices, and shape the future of multicultural communications. Together we can build a connected, collaborative community through inclusive communications.

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Hear from thought-leaders

Engage with distinguished industry speakers at the forefront of multicultural communications. Draw inspiration from their expertise, innovation, and passion. Uncover cutting-edge strategies, learn about emerging trends, and delve into insightful discussions. Gain a fresh perspective and enhance your approach to communications and community engagement.

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Engage with real examples

Get hands-on experience through workshops and interactive sessions aimed at refining your skills in multicultural communications. Dive into practical exercises and case studies to gain actionable strategies and tools for your work. Strengthen your capabilities and drive tangible impact in your communication initiatives by participating in these immersive sessions.

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I thoroughly enjoyed the wide and diverse range of topics that were discussed and presented this morning. Hearing first hand case studies and experiences was fascinating!

Iain Alvarez - Marketing Lead Department of Transport and Planning

Iain

I would like to thank you and the team for such an amazing and inspiring event, I loved every part of it was very informative, engaging, and meaningful.

Nadia Saleh - Project Officer Australian Services Union

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It was wonderful to have the opportunity to meet like-minded individuals before learning from experts about the best ways to improve our campaign planning and practices. I left feeling inspired.

Kathryn Lamont - Marketing & Communications Officer Crime Stoppers Victoria

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Speakers were excellent. I took something away from every presentation. Thank you!

Kate Gudorf - NDSS Program Delivery Manager Diabetes Australia

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Frequently Asked Questions

Who can attend the Summit?
Only Government (Federal, State and Local) attendees and not-for-profit attendees are permitted to attend. Typical attendees are communications and community engagement professionals.
When will the agenda be made available?
The summit agenda (program) will be made available on our website as we approach the date of the event. We are aiming to have this finalised by late June 2024. However, the Summit will run for the full day (8.30am-4.30pm). Make sure to revisit our site periodically for updates. We will also email registered attendees with the agenda.
How much are tickets?
Ticket pricing information is available on the Registration Page. Early Bird pricing ends 30 June 2024.
What is the cancellation policy?
We understand that unforeseen circumstances may arise, and you may need to cancel your participation. In such cases, we offer a full refund if the cancellation is made up to 30 days prior to the event. If you cancel less than 30 days before the event, please note that refunds will not be available. However, your ticket remains fully transferable at no additional cost. You can assign your ticket to someone else by notifying the event organiser.
When will tickets be released?
Tickets are now on sale. Click the Register Now Today button.
What time does the Summit start?
Doors open from 8.30am, with the event official commencing at 9.30am, and concluding at 4.30pm.
Are there group ticket discounts available?
Group tickets are available for 5 or more for $199 each.
Will the event be catered?
Yes, the entire day will be catered. Dietary requirements will be catered for.
Who can I contact about questions I have?
Please send an email to summit@ethnolink.com.au

The Summit Venue

Zinc

Zinc

Ethnolink Summit will be held at Zinc at Federation Square. A statement piece set amongst tranquil gardens, Zinc at Fed Square has established itself as Melbourne’s most quintessential riverside event venue.

Located in the heart of Melbourne’s culture hub, Zinc at Fed Square is easily accessible by train, tram, car or foot, with Flinders Street Station and tram stops within 300m walk and the adjacent Wilson Carpark mere footsteps from the venue

 

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Health Translations is a free online library of high-quality translated Australian health and wellbeing information. Made for Australian health practitioners and people who work with culturally and linguistically diverse communities, the site provides quick access to reliable resources. Users can quickly search by language, topic, organisation, format or keyword to find in-language health information. The Centre for Culture, Ethnicity & Health, a program of North Richmond Community Health, has been managing, maintaining and promoting the online library on behalf of the Victorian Department of Health since 2014.

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About Ethnolink

Ethnolink, the event host, is Australia's largest multicultural communications agency and largest supplier of translation services to the Victorian Government. Ethnolink boasts a team of nearly 50 full-time language and cultural advisers who are engaged on diverse projects from research and strategy, to creative development, translation, video production and community distribution. Ethnolink works with over 500 translators across Australia to deliver expert translations to Government and Not-for-Profit sector clients.

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