Romlie Mokak

Romlie Mokak is a Djugun man and a member of the Yawuru people. He is CEO of the Lowitja Institute, the national institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health research. He has an extensive background in leadership of policy, research and evaluation bodies at the national and state government level, including CEO of the Australian Indigenous Doctors’ Association and past chair of the National Health Leadership Forum.


A question of value

EssayIN AUGUST 2016, I stood on the sacred ceremonial grounds of the Yolngu, the people of north-east Arnhem Land, for the annual Garma Festival. I have been to the festival a number of times, but more than any other,...

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