Deadly Fringe is a new opportunity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander performers, writers and artists.
Researchers have unearthed proof of the geographic diversity of Aboriginal people prior to European arrival. A study conducted by the University of Adelaide tested historic hair samples, and found that once migrating 50,000 years ago, Aboriginal people spread quickly around the west and east coasts of Australia.
The 2017 Close the Gap Report was released on the 14th of February, 11 year after the campaign began.
Since the Redfern Statement was released in June of last year pressure has been mounting on Prime Minister Turnbull to explain his stance on the future of Australia's First Peoples.
2016 Reconciliation Group Writing Competition, open to all Victorians! Entries close 16 September 2016.
We hope you're looking forward to NAIDOC week, which starts tomorrow, Sunday July 3rd!
There have already been some incredible events happening, including flag-raising ceremonies, smoking ceremonies, marches, galas, art exhibitions and more!
We've put together a list of some of the events happening in the next few weeks that stood out as potential highlights and/or widely accessible to as many people as possible. The list includes events happening in both regional and metropolitan Victoria.
While not all local councils are on our list, it is very easy to find out what's going on locally for you by going to your local council's website. Most, if not all, will have some great information about NAIDOC events coming up!
The Wik decision, along with the Mabo case and the Hindmarsh Island Bridge case are some of the most important legal decisions concerning Aboriginal Australians. These legal decisions are some of the most important decisions decided under the Australian common law system. But what was the Wik decision, and why was it so important?
Friends, hopefully you know by know that Bill Shorten has come out to endorse not just one but two Aboriginal people for the Australian Parliament. If successful, Pat Dodson would become the first male Aboriginal Senator and Linda Burney the first female Aboriginal Member of the House of Representatives.