Australia’s top Aboriginal organisations announced

A leading women’s group and a theatre troupe from Victoria have received top honours at the 2014 IGAs
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Reconciliation News

Read about Australia’s first Aboriginal Rhodes Scholar, the Narragunnawali team and our 2014 IGA finalists.
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Let's talk... Art, culture and the Archibald Prize

Did you know ‘dot’ paintings by Aboriginal men have been called the greatest art movement of the twentieth century?
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Building reconciliation in schools

We’re excited to partner with BHP Billiton Sustainable Communities to build reconciliation in schools through our Narragunnawali program.
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IGA finalists announced

Eight of Australia’s top Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations have been selected as finalists in the 2014 Indigenous Governance Awards.
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Alive, well-being, coming together, peace

September 4, 2014
This week we are excited to announce our partnership with BHP Billiton Sustainable Communities on our Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Schools program. Program manager Alex Shain shares the story so far and what the next 12 months will see for Narragunnawali. In 2012, a number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representative groups and experienced education organisations met to talk...
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Australia’s top Aboriginal organisations announced

October 30, 2014
A leading Central Australian women’s group and an up-and-coming theatre troupe from country Victoria have received top honours at the 2014 Indigenous Governance Awards. At a gala dinner at BHP Billiton’s headquarters in Melbourne, Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation from Alice Springs and Swan Hill’s The Marruk Project were awarded the best run Aboriginal organisation and project in the...
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