Responsible investors called to action on First Nations PeoplesBY RACHEL ALEMBAKIS | THURSDAY, 29 APR 2021 2:35PM
Educating and inspiring investors in how they engage with First Nations Peoples is part of the expanding remit of responsible investing, according to Kado Muir, chair of the First Nations Heritage Protection Alliance and the National Native Title Council.Read more: First Nations Peoples, RIAA, Rio Tinto, First Nations Heritage Protection Alliance, Juukan Gorge, Kado Muir, National Native Title Council, Puutu Kunti Kurrama and Pinikura peoples, Responsible Investment Association Australasia
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