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GROWING THE FAMILY TREE: CONNECTING GENERATIONS IN MULTICULTURAL FAMILIES FORUM

@inproceedings{Madam2012GROWINGTF,
  title={GROWING THE FAMILY TREE: CONNECTING GENERATIONS IN MULTICULTURAL FAMILIES FORUM},
  author={Peta-Jane Madam and Rahat Ahmed Chowdhury and Sam Almaliki and Tia Loko and Bea Leoncini},
  year={2012}
}
The event featured a panel of speakers from diverse backgrounds including Co-ordinator of Relationships Australia NSW Humanitarian Entrants Program Rahat Chowdhury; former refugee from Iraq Sam Almaliki; Founding Advisor of African Women Australia Inc. Juliana Nkrumah; Executive Officer of Auburn Diversity Services Tia Loko; Argentinean born diversity and leadership trainer, migration professional and social activist Bea Leoncini; and writer Benjamin Law (See Appendix A for further details). 

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