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Aunty Karen Lane has won a 2022 NSW Department of Education Nanga Mai award for her invaluable work advancing Aboriginal education. Aunty Karen, aka the ‘mother away from home’ shares her skills, attributes, and life experience to provide strong emotional and cultural support, so students achieve their goals.…
 
A group of First Nations students engaged in the restoration of the 1960’s Cuz Congress Aboriginal superhero’s car at Charles Darwin University (CDU) have not only transformed the car, but also their automotive skills and workplace credentials. “We find that they are very multiskilled. Coming, from various communities they sometimes have language b…
 
“By engaging children early in Future You, we hope to help future-proof our younger generations for the jobs of tomorrow, where it’s predicted that half of workers will need to know how to use, build and configure digital systems - a critical skill embedded in STEM studies," Professor Lisa Harvey-Smith STEM Ambassador…
 
The 2022 Australian Reconciliation Barometer (ARB) shows mutual trust between First Nations people and other Australians is steady, and the journey towards reconciliation and greater justice for First Nations Peoples is on track. “That is really heartening in terms of having some solid foundations of our relationship is important, and also we’ve go…
 
Last Thursday the Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO) convened a questions night where First Nations people from across Victoria put to politicians of all stripes issues that matter to them leading up to the state elections (November 26). Aunty Jill Gallagher VACCHO CEO says the event is the first of its kind in V…
 
Media personality and community advocate, Grant Hansen, reflects on concerns expressed at a community event (the first one of its kind) where members of the Indigenous community in Victoria put to politicians from both sides of the isle, and with no holds barred, important questions on issues that mater to them ahead of the upcoming state elections…
 
What inspired me to create BLAKTIVISM was to provide a platform for multiple generations to stand on stage together, and for young people to learn from the elders like I did when I toured with Black Arm band. I learned from watching Auntie Lou Bennet, Uncle Archie Roach and the most powerful Indigenous musicians so, I want to create something like …
 
Yorta Yorta and Gunditjmara man Isaiah Firebrace has added author to his list of accolades, publishing his first children’s book 'Come Together: Things Every Aussie Kid Should Know about the First Peoples’. The book explores twenty of the most important aspects of First Nations cultures and history every Australian should know.…
 
“I started my STEM career as a national parks ranger working in beautiful places like the Great Barrier Reef, Ningaloo in WA, Kakadu in the NT and in the ACT as well. Learning about the country and ecology, and about visitor management led me on a new pathway when I saw augmented reality in 2012 and I thought, Wow! I really want to learn about tech…
 
‘Wanha! Journey to Arnhem” brings together an incredible number of musicians that we have been working with over a period of over six years in Arnhem Land, and we’ve all come together to showcase what an incredible talent we have there. It is also accompanied by some incredible visuals of the region as well. - Rosealee Pearson (producer Wanha! Jour…
 
After successfully challenging the Australian government at the UN on failure to act on climate, Torre Strait Islander claimants have been invited to various events as part of the COP27. Their landmark victory is generating a lot of interest and hope. “We are proud in this area that this has opened the door for other people, all other communities w…
 
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