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Announcements | 16 Jun 2017

The Coalition Government is providing the National Accreditation Authority for Translators and Interpreters (NAATI) with an additional $1.6 million to expand its successful Indigenous Interpreting Project.

Announcements | 8 Jun 2017

The Australian Government is proud to support a major exhibition of Indigenous art from Cape York and the Torres Strait opening today at the United Nations headquarters in New York to mark World Oceans Day.

Indigenous man with back to the camera, wearing black t-shirt with Indigenous design on the back. He has his hands raised to shoulder level. In background are group of people looking at him.
Stories | 6 Jun 2017

When Kimberley based Waringarri Aboriginal Arts saw the value of using digital technology in their business, they turned to two Jawun secondees to develop and implement a digital strategy that would expand the reach of their artists and increase economic opportunities for their arts workers.

Large gathering of people in a hall, one standing at a rostrum and most seated at tables or on seat rows. The carpet is red, the walls are beige and the curtains are brown. Covering the far end wall is the Aboriginal flag.
Stories | 30 May 2017

The Referendum Council have been talking to Australians about changing our Constitution to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Announcements | 29 May 2017

AIATSIS began as the Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies in 1964, a time when Aboriginal people could be arrested just for being in town.

Announcements | 27 May 2017

The Australia Council for the Arts celebrates four extraordinary artists who will be honoured at the 10th National Indigenous Arts Awards (NIAA) tonight at the Sydney Opera House.

Announcements | 27 May 2017

Minister for Veterans’ Affairs Dan Tehan said Australians honoured the service and sacrifice of the Indigenous men and women who had served in defence of our country.

Announcements | 27 May 2017

Today marks the 50th anniversary of the successful 1967 referendum – one of the most important events in Australia’s modern history.

Announcements | 26 May 2017

Aretha Stewart-Brown, aged 16 from Williamstown in Melbourne, is the elected youth Prime Minister for the National Indigenous Youth Parliament 2017.

Elderly Indigenous and non-Indigenous people standing on steps with the number 2017 below them. To the right are the words ‘50 years since the 1967 referendum’. Below is an inset picture of a group of people Indigenous people on same steps. 1967
Stories | 26 May 2017

This week Australia celebrates the 50th anniversary of the 1967 Referendum, one of this nation’s greatest and most profound political events.