The Aboriginal Employment Strategy (AES) and Tribal Warrior Aboriginal Corporation will commence moving to a historical Aboriginal landmark space at 27 Cope Street, Redfern from Friday 2 November 2018. The new office location holds deep cultural, social and political significance for the local community, being the site of the first Black Theatre in Australia. AES […]
09 October 2018 The next phase of the highly effective Stop it at the Start campaign to reduce violence against women and their children has started. The first phase of the jointly-funded, award-winning campaign helped show the link between disrespect and violence. Phase two aims to move the conversation forward, to ask ourselves – could […]
We would like to invite you to a Roundtable consultation to talk about the best ways to protect Indigenous Knowledge. The consultations will be run by IP Australia, the Australian Government agency which administers the patents, trade marks, designs and plant breeder’s rights systems, and facilitated by Aboriginal policy advisory firm Inside Policy. IP Australia […]
The Walan Mayinygu Indigenous Entrepreneurship Pop Up Hub, developed by CSU Associate Professor Michelle Evans, will nurture Indigenous businesses across NSW.
Lani Brennan has become a role model for those who are suffering from domestic violence or have survived it after sharing her experiences in her film and book, ‘Lani’s Story’.
A new campaign supports and promotes Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander-led solutions to affirm and strengthen culture and to prevent youth suicide.
Cass Goodwin says leadership isn’t singular; it’s a collective effort. “I need to remind myself to draw from those around me, learn from my ancestors and elders.”
Shelley Cable reflects that the concept of mainstream leadership is still stereotypically masculine, serious and involves “wearing a suit”, creating barriers to female leadership.
Jocelyn Formsma is a “northern bush girl at heart” and an Indigenous children’s rights and youth engagement advocate of more than 15 years.
Laura Berry says she is inspired by women every day, and it’s not necessarily by the women who have high profiles or those we see in the media.