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The 2019 Garma Festival, hosted by the Youth Yindi foundation, had nearly 40 companies and government agencies in attendance, with more than 450 participants, making 2019 the biggest attendance rate to date. This report outlines some of the festival's highlights.
The 2017 Garma Festival placed a high value on education, with a bold vision to weave a national Indigenous education curriculum into the mainstream Western syllabus. The grounds of the bunggul again were an interesting place to watch and learn what that may look like,...
2016 Garma Festival Theme: The Land is our Backbone - 40th Anniversary of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act. This year's Garma Festival made some important progress on a number of issues which go to the heart of Indigenous well-being.
The Council's new Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) demonstrates its ongoing commitment to recognising, supporting and embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Arts and Cultures into our organisation and encouraging this practice in the arts sector.
Our vision The Australia Council for the Arts...
The aim of this feasibility study is to improve reporting of information on Indigenous deaths by linking death registrations data with several additional data sets that contain information on Indigenous deaths.
Linkage of registered deaths data to the additional data sets identified 10.2 per...
This book resulted from a research project intended to revisit historical, spatially diverse and now contemporary articulations of Indigenous and settler-state and settler-capitalist social and economic forms.
This is the second volume to emerge from a project on Indigenous participation in the Australian economy,...
This discussion paper argues for the centrality of Aboriginal Spirituality in the practice of social and emotional wellbeing and for applications in all areas of Aboriginal development.
Although often mentioned in the literature on Aboriginal health and social and emotional wellbeing, Spirituality has been...
The remote community store has the potential to play a pivotal role in improving the social, economic and health outcomes of remote Indigenous communities, according to this report.
The committee made 33 recommendations overall in key areas such as health and nutrition, food access...
In February 2009 the Australian government announced $26.6 million over four years to establish the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Healing Foundation, to be operational from January 2010. This report summarises the views of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people about how the foundation should...
Over the past 20 years Indigenous Australians have called for greater recognition of Indigenous cultural and intellectual property rights.
In this paper Terri Janke makes the case that creating a National Indigenous Cultural Authority which would facilitate consent and payment of royalties to Indigenous...