National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day gives all Australians a chance to celebrate the important part children play in the make-up of this country now, and in our future, as well as those who support and nurture them.
The Ready Set Crow program is assisting young Indigenous students from the APY Lands and Far West Coast of South Australia to access pathways to further education through mentoring and scholarships.
School attendance rates in the remote Northern Territory community of Yarralin have increased thanks to some creative thinking by locals.
Professor Chris Sarra from the Stronger Smarter Institute has been awarded 2016 National NAIDOC Person of the Year, for his work closing the gap in Education.
The Indigenous Marathon Foundation hosted the Deadly Fun Run for students in the remote South Australian Community of Amata.
Aboriginal children in the remote Pilbara region of Western Australia are getting quality early childhood education through learning centres.
In the remote central Australian Aboriginal community of Ntaria, local teenagers are travelling by horse and foot to Alice Springs to take part in the ANZAC Parade.
The recent opening of the Australian Government funded Yuendumu Child and Family Centre will help set local kids on a path to a healthy life and success at school and beyond.
Three young Indigenous men from northern Queensland are shining examples of the positive effect that AFL Cape York House is having on its participants.
The new Michael Long Learning and Leadership Centre in Darwin is harnessing the power of football to deliver lasting outcomes to Aboriginal people of the Northern Territory.
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