EDUCATION

Far North’s future Indigenous leaders raise their voices in Queensland Parliament

Students from 11 schools in Cairns and surrounding regions took part in the Junior Indigenous Youth Parliament last Thursday, with 52 participating students. Held at...

Gemiga Yarning taking girls on cultural journey

Connecting girls to culture, family and one another, Gemiga Yarning is a program focused on supporting and empowering young Aboriginal women in Armidale, NSW. Gemiga...

Lanyard art collaboration supports Indigenous literacy

Proud Wiradjuri woman and University of Queensland academic Dr Anita Heiss has helped create original lanyard designs to raise funds for Indigenous Literacy Day. The...

WA children behind in early learning, overrepresented in poverty and out-of-home care

Western Australian communities are facing significant early learning disadvantages, higher child poverty rates and a disproportionate number of children in child protection, according to...

Derby prison beekeeping program a sweet success for Indigenous prisoners

A beekeeping educational initiative is keeping both male and female Aboriginal prisoners busy at Western Australia’s West Kimberley Regional Prison (WKRP). Determined to take their...

Indigenous Consulting Group delivering culturally safe domestic violence prevention workshops

Lifeline WA and Aboriginal trainers from the Indigenous Consulting Group (ICG) are joining forces to deliver workshops around domestic and family violence in Aboriginal...

Gudanji woman supporting young minds of the future

A young leader forging a pathway to change, Rachel Stringfellow is fueled by a passion for people as she supports the education and mental...

Talicia Jetta thrives at Polly Farmer Foundation

The Graham (Polly) Farmer Foundation has always been committed to supporting Indigenous youth in succeeding in their education and life through holistic programs and...

MADALAH thanks Fortescue for significant donation

SPONSORED: MADALAH Limited owes a huge thank you to the Projects team at Fortescue Metals Group (Fortescue). This is the second time the team has...

Signs of Respect encourages people to learn about the Country they live on

A new movement is setting out to encourage people to educate themselves about the name and culture of the traditional land they live, work...

Virtual Sydney Science Trail features Indigenous specialists in their fields

The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney and the Australian Museum have announced a free online science festival with programs featuring First Nations people who are...

Koori Curriculum brings culture to the classroom

Decolonising the classroom, the Koori Curriculum is dedicated to bringing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into early childhood education. Based in Sydney’s inner west,...
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