Official Partner

The Minerals Council of Australia 
The Minerals Council of Australia represents Australia’s exploration, mining and minerals processing industry, nationally and internationally, in its contribution to sustainable development and society.
Australia’s minerals industry is innovative, technologically advanced, capital intensive, and environmentally and socially progressive. 
The industry is a major contributor to national income, investment, high-wage jobs, exports and government revenues in Australia.
The MCA represents the minerals industry with a common purpose in advocating responsible policies to promote growth, prosperity and sustainability.

Charity Partner

MATES in Mining is an initiative of the Australian Mining industry based on the successful MATES in Construction program in the Australian construction industry. MATES in Mining is affiliated with MATES Australia and conducts its activity under the auspices of MATES in Construction Australia and adheres to the MATES in Construction principles of operation.
MATES in Mining underwent an extensive period of piloting the program to ensure it was culturally appropriate to the mining culture. The pilot was conducted in conjunction with the ACARP project.
The MATES in Mining program is now currently being conducted in a number of mines nationally.


WortKoorl means "moving forward together" and that's the ethos which guides all our decisions.  WortKoorl Workwear is an Aboriginal majority and LGBTIQ owned company run entirely by women our mission is to move forward together by creating ethically and environmentally sustainable workwear. 

Endorsing Partner

The Petroleum Club of WA is an industry network and educational resource for the Oil & Gas sector in Western Australia.
We are a membership-based not-for-profit organisation comprising of members from all areas of the industry and associated service providers.
We value the role we play in connecting people within the Energy industry, connecting the “Next Generation” in education to inspire their career pathways and connecting people to promote knowledge sharing amongst their peers.
Our core objective is to provide a professional platform in which industry stakeholders can unite to facilitate continued growth and sustainability within the sector. 
Our activities are designed to create an environment where members can mix both professionally and socially in order to facilitate long term associations and business opportunities, and an arena for promoting continued professional development, education and public awareness.

Founded in May 2011, the Australia-Africa Minerals and Energy Group is the peak body representing Australian companies engaged in the development of Africa’s resource industry. We support members operating in Africa and facilitate collaboration between industry, governments and other stakeholders to ensure that resource development produces sustainable outcomes in Africa.  
AAMEG exists to support and better enable these Australian companies to operate successfully in Africa. We do this by helping our members better understand, and more effectively and efficiently manage the non-technical risks they face, these include political and social risks, health, security, human rights, taxation and anti-bribery and corruption, amongst others. Through the sharing of knowledge and resources, AAMEG facilitates collaborative solutions by drawing on the experiences of those members who are African “veterans”. This creates support networks, provides a focal point for engagement with governments and a voice to influence policy and narrative on behalf of members confronted with challenges. 

Women in Nuclear Australia - Promoting diversity in nuclear through networking, advocating for women in nuclear, and informing the nuclear debate. 
Women in Nuclear (WiN) Global is a not for profit organisation of individuals working professionally in nuclear that aims to: 
Support and encourage women working in areas associated with nuclear and radiological applications 
Promote the understanding and public awareness of the benefits of nuclear and radiological applications, especially amongst women and young people 
Support networking and the sharing of information between nuclear professionals worldwide 
WiN Australia Inc. is the Australian chapter of WiN Global. Membership of WiN Australia includes individuals working professionally in many areas including research, mining, nuclear operations, security, medicine and health care, waste management, regulatory authorities, nuclear and radiation safety, industry, policy and communications.
Members have a common commitment to provide information and communicate with the public. 
WiN Australia holds professional development and social events for the benefit of members. Membership is free and people of all genders are very welcome to join. 
For more information, email WiN Australia at 
Twitter: @WiN_Australia 
Facebook: Women in Nuclear Australian Chapter