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Male doctor in blue shirt uses an instrument to check the eye of another man with dreadlocks and wearing a pink beret. In the background are posters.
Stories | 18 Jun 2019

Read about Dr Mark Wenitong and his passion for the 715 Health Check which are vital for Indigenous Australians.

Event | 1 Jul 2019
Brisbane QLD

The 2019 AIATSIS National Indigenous Research Conference (ANIRC) full program is now available.

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.

Large group of mainly Aboriginal people face the camera. They are dressed in casual clothing. Some stand and others sit on soft soil. In the background are trees and a building.
Stories | 13 Jun 2019

The Stronger Communities for Children Knowledge Sharing Seminar supports Aboriginal people to make their communities safer.

Blue image with the words: The Lowitja Institute International indigenous Health and Wellbeing Conference 2019, 18-20 June, Darwin, Australia Thinking Speaking Being First Nations Solutions for Global Change
Event | 18 Jun 2019
Darwin NT

New speakers & performers announced!

Indigenous Youth in Governance Masterclass
Event | 17 Jun 2019
Darwin City NT

Sign up for the Indigenous Youth in Governance Masterclass and learn how to get active in governance locally, regionally and nationally.

Event | 23 Jun 2019
Crawley WA

The Indigenous Nationals is a week-long multisport competition for indigenous student-athletes.

Two wallabies stand on a brown rock face. They have yellow legs and feet, grey back and white belly with a long mainly yellow tail.
Stories | 11 Jun 2019

Find out what’s in store for tourists visiting Australia’s first Indigenous Protected Area, Nantawarrina.

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.