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The Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO) is hosting the first ever Community Question Time giving Mob, and allies, a chance to ask the main political parties about Aboriginal issues in the run up to the Victorian election on 26 November. 

This is a FREE event. 

When: Thursday 17 November, 6pm – 7:15pm, light refreshments from 5:30pm

Where: The Ian Potter Auditorium, Kenneth Myer Building, University of Melbourne

Panel: Mary-Anne Thomas MP Health Minister Labor, Samantha Ratnam MP Victorian Leader, Greens, Peter Walsh MP Leader of the Nationals, Grant Hansen F.A.M.E/ 3KND, Jill Gallagher AO, CEO VACCHO 

Hosted by Daniel James, Triple R

Got a question you'd like answered by the panel? You will have an opportunity to submit your question while you register to the event.   

Aboriginal Health in Aboriginal Hands 
VACCHO has launched its Victorian election campaign which calls on all political parties to put Aboriginal Health in Aboriginal Hands. For more information check our website - 

Getting there 
The Kenneth Myer Building is located at the University of Melbourne Parkville Campus.
Entrance to the building is easiest from Royal Parade, just across from the Royal Melbourne Hospital. 
Keep your eye out for a Dr Dax Cafe at the front of the Kenneth Myer building, then follow signs to the Ian Potter Auditorium. 

Coming via public transport? 
Tram route 19 runs along Royal Parade, stop 11 is located right outside the Kenneth Myer Building. 
Bus routes 506/546 run along Royal Parade, stop Melbourne University/Royal Pde is located right outside the Kenneth Myer Building. 

There is limited paid parking on Royal Parade as well as limited 2hr free parking available on some side streets off Royal Parade. 
There is also a paid car park on campus which is open from 6am to midnight. 
Entrance is via Royal Parade, located between Genetics Lane and Medical Road (beneath Kenneth Myer Building).
For more information see Parking on campus (

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