EDUCATION

Cape York language preserved for future generations in comprehensive dictionary

Seventeen years in the making, a dictionary of local Cape York language, Umpithamu, has been published. Published by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres...

Yawuru woman dedicated to Groote Eylandt community development

With a passion for people and their stories, Yawuru woman and TAFE Queensland student Mena Waller is dedicated to community development in remote and...

Indigenous lawyer taking on Harvard Law School in 2021

With an ambition to influence legislative changes, young Wilman Noongar lawyer Chloe D’Souza is not letting a global pandemic get in the way of...

MADALAH Northam and Goldfields road trip a success

SPONSORED: On Tuesday June 9, the MADALAH team set off on our second field trip in less than a month. This time we passed...

MADALAH mentoring back in action

SPONSORED: In 2019 MADALAH introduced a mentoring program which saw MADALAH Alumni and/or current tertiary students return to their secondary schools to mentor the...

Indigenous ways of knowing lead Atlantic Fellows for Social Equity

SPONSORED: Generating true, meaningful and long-lasting societal change is an ideal that countless people across the national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community are...

Melbourne University searching for next STEM fellows

SPONSORED: An exciting opportunity exists for emerging Indigenous Australian scholars in engineering, computing and information systems, or any related field to join the Melbourne...

Ngalla Maya helps ex-prisoners into employment, saving WA Government millions

Giving former prisoners the tools to kickstart their journey back into employment, Ngalla Maya is breaking national records and saving the Western Australian Government...

New women’s education hub fostering economic choice

A woman for our women, CEO and Chair of Real Futures, Wendy Yarnold, is launching a new program which will empower Aboriginal women to...

Guugu Yimithirr Elder helps preserve language for future generations

One of Australia’s first Aboriginal languages to be recorded, Guugu Yimithirr language of Cape York, Queensland is now immortalised in videos to enable the...

Moondani Toombadool Centre supports Girls Academy during COVID-19

The Moondani Toombadool Centre at Swinburne University of Technology has enabled Girls Academy to continue their work in education through the purchase of 60...

Travelling teacher delivers education across remote communities

Teaching what she loves and walking her own path, Naomi Train is making big changes on the Country she loves. A TAFE NSW graduate and...
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