Young girls and two police officers squat behind a horse but are seen through the gap between the front and rear legs. At the head of the horse is a young woman holding its reins. In the background are more people, a grassy area and trees.

The Equine Spirit Healing course helps at risk girls develop life skills through interaction with horses.

Elderly Aboriginal man in white shirt and jeans squats next to a river on a sandy shore. In the background on the other side of the river are houses and trees.

Learn the story of Burramattagal (Parramatta River) as told by Uncle Jimmy Smith of the Wangal people.

Young Aboriginal girl in red school uniform and three soldiers (2 women and 1 man) surround a white dog on a grassed area. One soldier holds a hose. In the background is a playground.

The remote community of Jigalong in WA is getting new infrastructure, additional health services and certified training courses thanks to AACAP....

White haired Aboriginal woman wearing blue and white collared shirt sits on a floor. To her left is a graphic of leaves and the following words: 9 August International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples.

The theme for the 2019 International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples is Indigenous Languages.

Three generations of an Indigenous family. At left is a young adult woman in pale dress. Next to her is an older woman in blue and orange dress holding a young boy in shorts and white t-shirt. At right is a man in pale pink shirt. Trees in the background.

Finding your Indigenous ancestors takes commitment and perseverance but when you get to know them, you come to know yourself a little more.

Community Finder

Image of red and orange and yellow lava exploding upward in front of a black background. Words at left say First Nations Media Awards.

There are 27 Award categories celebrating the contributions of people working across the First Nations media industry in remote, regional and urban locations.

The awards recognise significant contributions over the years, encourage emerging producers and presenters just getting started and celebrate excellent content that tells meaningful stories with budgets big and small.

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