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Image made up of two parts: on the left is a poster made of multiple colours in circles around the words ‘Our Languages Matter’. The poster is covered with many Indigenous language group names. On the right are details of NAIDOC Week
Stories | 15 May 2017

Wiradjuri woman Joanne Cassady has won the 2017 National NAIDOC Poster Competition with her work which is titled Your Tribe, My Tribe, Our Nation.

Announcements | 15 May 2017

I wish to pay tribute to Dr Alice (Alitya) Rigney, a trailblazing education advocate who passed away over the weekend.

Announcements | 5 May 2017

Executive Director Strategic Development and Advocacy Dr Wendy Were said that the First Nations Curators Program at the 2017 Venice Biennale builds on the First Nations Curators Exchanges held at 8th Asia Pacific Triennial in 2015 and in New Zealand in 2017.

Announcements | 28 Apr 2017

The return of Indigenous ancestral remains from overseas institutions is only the first step in the journey of returning ancestors back to Country.

Announcements | 28 Apr 2017

The exhibition, called Au Karem ira Lamar Lu, will be on display at the Asian Civilisations Museum and will feature sculptures of marine animals from the Erub Arts Centre.

Three Indigenous men covered in traditional paint doing a traditional dance. The following words are shown: NAIDOC Week grant funding now closed.
Stories | 28 Apr 2017

Funding was provided by the Australian Government under the 2017 NAIDOC local grants round to support communities to celebrate NAIDOC Week 2017.

Announcements | 27 Apr 2017

To raise awareness of the negative impact ghost nets can have on the marine environment the Australian Fisheries Management Authority (AFMA) is working with local Torres Strait artists to turn this harmful waste product into works of art and in turn educate about marine pollution.

Announcements | 25 Apr 2017

Today, Anzac Day, is a time to pause and honour the Australians, including many Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, who have served in Australia’s armed forces.

Indigenous woman with hair pinned back wearing army style clothing.
Stories | 24 Apr 2017

Dolly Gurinyi Batcho (1905-1973), a Larrakia woman from the Darwin area, epitomises the sacrifice of an estimated 6000 Indigenous men and women who, during World War II, served the nation that so often discriminated against them.

Announcements | 18 Apr 2017

Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Nigel Scullion, has today affirmed his full support for Ms Susan Murphy in her role as a member of the Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council (IAC).

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