Learning & events

Resolution Institute event with Joshua Creamer - Cross cultural mediation workshop

Tuesday 9 August 2022 | 12–2.00pm AEST | HopgoodGanim, Brisbane

This is how the event works:

  • register to attend
  • use the Microsoft forms link to submit your questions to us latest by 4 August, 2022
  • the facilitator, Mr Ed Skinner, will select as many questions as possible covering a range of topics
  • attend on the day in person or by virtual connection, ask your question when called by the facilitator, or listen, or discuss as you choose

The Resolution Institute Determiner Committee for Queensland committee is keen to engage with you and support your needs as an Resolution Institute member.

This session is also available online, please click here to register if you are unable to attend in person.

About the presenter

Joshua Creamer

Joshua Creamer has a national practice and specialises in class actions and native title. Joshua was the 2017 recipient of the National Indigenous legal Professional of the Year award and was also Joshua appointed to the Board of legal Aid Queensland in 2017.

Joshua is ranked in Chambers and Partners Asia-Pacific and Doyle's Guide for his work in the native title jurisdiction.

Joshua has appeared in two landmark class actions, Wotton v State of Queensland {2016} FCA 1457, (the Palm Island Case), Australia's largest racial discrimination case and Pearson v State of Queensland (No 2 {20202} FCA 619, (Stolen Wages QLD) Australia's largest human rights case.

Joshua is Waanyi and Kalkadoon.

About the facilitator

Ed Skinner

Ed has a career background in project delivery in the energy and mining sectors, having led and delivered major infrastructure projects across 10 countries. He is an experienced corporate executive, project director, engineer, mediator, executive coach and skilled in expert determination. Through his Australian and broad international experience, Ed appreciates first-hand, the criticality of building and sustaining relationships of trust and understanding among First Nations and community stakeholder groups, together with business and with government.


Thanks to HopgoodGamin for generously hosting this event.