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2021 Australian Reconciliation Convention: Moving from Safe to Brave
The 2021 Australian Reconciliation Convention, the first national reconciliation gathering in more than 20 years, will be live-streamed over three half-days from Monday 15 to Wednesday 17 November.
YAMATJI MARLPA ABORIGINAL CORPORATION
Communication Across a Region YMAC has several systems in place to facilitate effective internal communication between the staff and executive management team. YMAC’s intranet provides
2021 Indigenous Governance Awards postponed
For the safety of finalists and their communities, the 2021 Indigenous Governance Awards have been postponed until May 2022, with judging to start in February 2022.
Get Involved: Women’s Leadership and Development Program Grants
Sixty different organisations will be delivering projects for women across Australia with funding under the Women’s Leadership and Development Program (WLDP). Approved projects will improve
Happy NAIDOC Week!
NAIDOC; National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee, has a rich history and a strong importance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across Australia.
WARLPIRI EDUCATION AND TRAINING TRUST ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Prioritising Succession A large proportion of the WETT Advisory Committee are members who founded the trust, some of whom have been on the committee for
ROBE RIVER KURUMA ABORIGINAL CORPORATION
Risk Management Robe River Kuruma Aboriginal Corporation’s (RRKAC) primary source of funding is mining agreements. Mining royalty payments are held and managed by its subsidiary
QUANDAMOOKA YOOLOOBURRABEE ABORIGINAL CORPORATION
Cultural Integrity The QYAC governance structure is based on a traditional decision-making process for Quandamooka People, which is underpinned by kinship and family centred decision-making.
MARR MOODITJ TRAINING ABORIGINAL CORPORATION
Continual Improvement Approach MMT’s continual improvement system builds on both success and failure to develop best practice across governance and operational activities. The organisation collects