Your one-stop-shop for professional development,
gain your CPD anytime, anywhere


Your playlist

CMSF2021: Long COVID: Populism, market impacts and the economic recovery

60 mins 1 CPD Hours

The impact of COVID on society and our economy has been profound. This...

CMSF2021: Mavis Robertson Address: The true cost of inequality

45 mins 1 CPD Hours

What happens when individuals are exposed to overlapping forms of...

CMSF2021: How to connect in an over-connected world

50 mins 1 CPD Hours

COVID has changed the way we connect, bringing new challenges and...

Instant acccess for

CMSF2021: Mavis Robertson Address: The true cost of inequality

45 mins
1 CPD Hours

What happens when individuals are exposed to overlapping forms of discrimination and marginalisation?

In this session Tanya Hosch, the first Indigenous person and second female to be appointed to the AFL executive, provided her insights into the impact of overlapping forms of discrimination and what we can all do to address this inequity in our organisations and society more broadly to achieve better outcomes for all Australians.

Published Date: 11 May 2021


Tanya Hosch, Executive General Manager Inclusion & Social Policy, AFL

Tanya Hosch has a long and distinguished history in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander policy, advocacy, governance and fundraising. Before joining the AFL as the first ever Indigenous person and second woman in their Executive ranks in August 2016, Tanya was the Joint Campaign director of the Recognise movement for constitutional recognition.

At the AFL Tanya’s portfolios include – Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues, Gender Equality, Sexuality and Gender Diversity, racism and sexism. Tanya is tasked with the implementation of the AFL’s enhanced Indigenous strategy, advising the AFL Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Advisory Council, maintenance of the Respect and Responsibility Policy, 2017, the AFL’s Gender Action Plan and the Gender Diversity Policy.

Tanya is a member of the Indigenous Advisory Group of the NAB and is a Board Director of Circus Oz, and the Australian Film, Television and Radio School and was a member of the Referendum Council that led the process and final recommendation that resulted in The Statement from the Heart in May 2017. A career highlight was contributing as a Consultant on the ABC drama, Total Control.

Tanya has been named the 2021 South Australian of the Year.


Ali Moore, Journalist and Broadcaster

Ali Moore has more than 30 years experience as a journalist and broadcaster, working for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation, Australia's Nine Network, and for the BBC's global news network, based in Singapore. She has covered major news and current affairs events across the region, including as the ABC's China Correspondent in Beijing. Ali is a former Vice-Chancellor's Fellow at the University of Melbourne, producing and presenting the 'This is Not A Drill' series of hypotheticals with Asialink, the ABC and the Wheeler Centre. She is now a freelance broadcaster and journalist, and regular program host on ABC Radio Melbourne.

CPD 1pt


  View Collection

Related Content