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Announcements | 22 May 2019

On International Day for Biological Diversity we acknowledge the links between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages and Australia’s iconic plants and animals.

Announcements | 21 May 2019

City of Parramatta will host a number of community events over the coming months as part of a unique Indigenous event program called Warami, a Darug word meaning “good to see you”.

Announcements | 20 May 2019

Musical duo Electric Fields shared Aboriginal language with a global audience during Eurovision.

National Reconciliation Week
Postcard | 20 May 2019

Get involved: National Reconciliation Week begins 27 May.

Blue, green and ochre two sided poster with Indigenous design and featuring shape of Uluru at base. At top are the words Voice Treaty Truth and on right side are the words: 2019 Naidoc Week Poster Winner. At bottom is Awaken, Charmaine Mumbulla
Announcements | 16 May 2019

Charmaine Mumbulla, a proud Kaurna and Narungga woman, is this year’s winner of the prestigious National NAIDOC Poster Competition.

Group of people, some standing and others kneeling, dressed in casual clothes stand on grass with trees and a hill in the background.
Announcements | 14 May 2019

Screen Australia and the New Zealand Film Commission (NZFC) are pleased to announce the eight Indigenous teams from Australia and New Zealand who will work on a joint anthology feature, Cook 2020: Our Right of Reply, entitled Ngā Pouwhenua in New Zealand.

Purple poster with orange lines at top and the following words in white type: We are giving away $700 for schools to hold Stolen Generations events in the lead up to National Recociliation Week or NAIDOC. Apply for a schools grant today! Healing Foundatio
Announcements | 9 May 2019

Grants available for schools to hold Stolen Generations events in lead up to Reconciliation and NAIDOC weeks.

An Indigenous man in traditional wear stands on sand pointing ahead. Behind him are 6 Indigenous people also dressed in traditional wear, 3 of whom are young. In the background is a rainforest and at right, part of a building.
Stories | 7 May 2019

Find out how and why TribalLink on the Sunshine Coast is attracting 30,000 people, including school kids, each year.

Five images of Indigenous people in different poses under which is a colourful logo and the words 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages.
Announcements | 7 May 2019

The Identity and language survey has been launched to coincide with the 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages.

Animated image featuring an elderly Indigenous woman, Indigenous boy and girl, and a black and white dog inspecting green emu eggs in a nest on red soil with trees in the background.
Stories | 3 May 2019

Find out why Little J & Big Cuz is so popular with families around Australia.