Winners announced for the Indigenous Governance Awards 2016.

Western Desert Dialysis and Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly win in the Awards, and show how Indigenous-led organisations and initiatives continue to drive self-determination and

Indigenous Governance Awards 2016 finalists announced

Culture and self-determination key to effective and lasting change. Nine high-performing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and initiatives have been selected as finalists in

Thank you and good luck to all

Reconciliation Australia would like to say thank you to all the organisations, initiatives and projects who took the time to apply for the 2016

Waltja talks up Indigenous Governance Awards

Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation (Waltja) “bringing families together” – was started by Aboriginal women leaders from Central Australian communities. The organisation supports families across

NACCHO chair encourages IGA applications

National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation Chair Matthew Cooke is encouraging all 150 member services to enter this year’s Indigenous Governance Awards (IGA). This

The ancient practice and discipline of governance

The best and most viable solution to overcoming the social, economic and political issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia is self-determination—ensuring Aboriginal

Applications are open

Reconciliation Australia and BHP Billiton are proud to launch the 2016 Indigenous Governance Awards (IGAs). Established in 2005, the IGAs publicly recognise and celebrate