Reconciliation News October 2022

Edition 48 of Reconciliation News brings you stories of community-driven success, excellence and self-determination; in Indigenous-led organisations, sports, schools and in Government. COMMUNITY CONTROL IN ACTION: THE ORGANISATIONS LEADING INDIGENOUS GOVERNANCE After two years of last-minute disruptions, postponements and pivots, the winners and highly commended organisations of the 2022 Indigenous Governance Awards were finally announced […]

AIGI Update September 2022

The Australian Indigenous Governance Institute (AIGI) has been a proud partner of the Indigenous Governance Program since co-hosting the 2018 Indigenous Governance Awards.  So far 2022 has been a busy year in the world of Indigenous Governance – check out this summary from the AIGI from the past three months.  AIGI 10 Year lunch On […]

Indigenous Governance Awards: 2022 Finalists Announced

Indgenous Governance Awards

Nine Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-led organisations and initiatives from around the country have been shortlisted as finalists in the 2022 Indigenous Governance Awards. Each finalist organisation or initiative has been selected for its culturally-informed ways of working, driving positive and long-lasting change for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities. Effective Indigenous governance combines traditional […]

IGA Application Extended

Deadline Extended Applications now close Friday 9 April 2021  It’s not too late to get your application in! We want to hear your stories of how you are contributing to your communities, and the nation, by putting culture at the heart of your governance. Since 2005, the IGA winners have shown that so much is […]

Reconciliation Barometer: Australians’ Understanding of Racism Heightened in 2020

The Australian Reconciliation Barometer (ARB) is the only survey undertaken in Australia that measures the progress of reconciliation between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous Australians. The ARB is a national research study conducted by Reconciliation Australia every two years. The 2020 ARB shows that the global and local Black Lives Matter movements […]