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Racism in workplaces spotlighted at summit

Reporting racism, the engagement of Indigenous women and girls, and more opportunities in rural and remote area have been described as priorities.

Eliminating racism in the workplace and securing ongoing employment for Indigenous people must be a priority for all organisations, the jobs and skills summit has been told.

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A first step is recognising racism as a genuine work health and safety issue, University of Queensland Business School Indigenous engagement director Sharlene Leroy-Dyer said on Thursday.

A Darug Wiradyuri Guringai (Garigal) Awabakal woman, Dr Leroy-Dyer said Indigenous workers who experience racism and a…

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