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Announcements | 14 Jun 2019
The new National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA) will start on 1 July 2019, leading on the Australian Government’s Indigenous policy and program design.
National NAIDOC Committee partners with SBS
Announcements | 13 Jun 2019
The National NAIDOC Committee is proud to partner with SBS as the official Principal Media Partner for the next three years.
NAIDOC Resources available
Announcements | 11 Jun 2019

The 2019 National NAIDOC teaching guides are now available.

Invaluable resources to support teachers and local communities build knowledge and celebrate Australia's Indigenous past.

The teaching guides were developed by Dr Lynette Riley, aiming to address the need to support communities and teachers wishing to learn and teach Indigenous history and culture, but who are not often in a position to create this content, or connect with local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.

Five Indigenous people dressed in workwear stand around a bench on which is radio equipment. In the background are walls, equipment and a window.
Announcements | 7 Jun 2019
Jobseekers from Thursday, Horn, Hammond and Badu Islands and local businesses have benefitted as one of Australia's leading Indigenous radio stations is given a new lease of life.
A small disc shaped stone sits on another larger stone with graphic images at centre and in corners of the image. The following words are at top and bottom of the image: Application for the Teachers of STEM initiative. Apply now until Wed 31 July 2019.
Announcements | 5 Jun 2019
The Teachers of STEM Initiative is being delivered by the Stronger Smarter Institute to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women to pursue careers as qualified teachers of STEM.
Head and shoulders image of adult woman with long curly red hair in black top.
Announcements | 3 Jun 2019
Ms Jodie Sizer has been appointed Chairperson of AIATSIS.
3 young women in black and white t-shirts stand in front of a woman and next to an elderly man in a suit who is next to another woman in a black shirt. Behind them are signs which say Reconciliation WA and another says BHP Imagine what we can all achieve
Announcements | 31 May 2019
In Noongar language, I say kaya wangju – hello and welcome.
Announcements | 30 May 2019
I am honoured to be Australia’s first Aboriginal Minister for Indigenous Australians and am committed to pragmatic action that draws together all levels of expertise – from local Elders to Ministers – to build a better future for our people and for Australia as a whole.
Announcements | 24 May 2019
Renowned Australian singer-songwriter Archie Roach is set to headline City of Parramatta Council’s Reconciliation Week festivities with a special performance in Centenary Square on Friday May 31.
Group of Indigenous adults in black track suits stand on steps under cover in front of a building. In front of them is an elderly man in grey suit and a woman in black dress and light jacket.
Announcements | 23 May 2019
Rob de Castella’s Indigenous Marathon Foundation (IMF) will kick off Reconciliation Week with the announcement of their 2019 Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP) squad.