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Words on an orange and black background that reads 12 to 19 February Ochre Ribbon Week Ending Family violence in Aboriginal communities.
Announcements | 17 Feb 2020
Ochre Ribbon Week raises awareness of the impacts of domestic and family violence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities.
Three photos embedded in dot circles of 1 woman and two men are arrayed side by side in a line on a black background. Words below are: Nominations are no open for the National NAIDOC Awards.
Postcard | 17 Feb 2020
Nominations close Monday 23 March 2020.
Group of 9 casually dressed Indigenous young adults stand on a black floor in front of three banners which display a logo and the word Heywire.
Stories | 14 Feb 2020
Heywire means putting ideas into action and making a bunch of friends along the way.
The face of a young girl is painted with white stripes by an elderly man in red shirt and head wear in black, red and yellow.
Stories | 12 Feb 2020
Learn the reason for the naming of Warrenheip, Ballaarat and Wurdi Youang.
Indigenous woman with long black hair wearing a black t-shirt with a blue, green and white flag on the front stands in front of body of water. In the background is grass and a cliff face.
Stories | 11 Feb 2020
Renee Phillips teaches maths and science and wants to see more Indigenous teachers and students engage with STEM studies and careers.
Six women stand in the shoreline at the beach. They are talking and pointing at objects in the water.
Announcements | 11 Feb 2020
Register now for Teachers of STEM Initiative: Jarlarla Professional Development
Announcements | 11 Feb 2020
The Yamatji Nation is the latest group of traditional owners to receive legal recognition of their native title rights and interests.
Group of people in various dress types face the camera. Some stand and others sit on rocks. In the background is a tree and other foliage. In the foreground is a fence, rock and plants.
Stories | 7 Feb 2020
'The Indigenous STEM Awards recognise the achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander STEM professionals and students as well as schools, teachers and mentors working in Indigenous STEM Education.'
Announcements | 6 Feb 2020
The Morrison Government is committed to recognising Indigenous Australians in the Constitution and will hold a referendum should a consensus be reached and it have the best chance of success.
Three people in separate panes: at left, young woman with long black hair; middle, woman with black hair in red dress; right, man with brown hair and grey jacket.
Announcements | 6 Feb 2020
Bunya is thrilled to announce the creative teams and participants chosen to attend the Bunya Talent Indigenous Hub taking place in Los Angeles in March 2020.

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