The proposed constitutionally enshrined Voice to Parliament was rejected; treaty remains a dream, and the Australian people appear generally indifferent to historical introspection.
The strategy has been designed as a blueprint for government agencies to put Aboriginal people at the centre of policy design and delivery, and to empower communities to determine their own futures.
The Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation (VACCHO) is calling for significant investment in Victorian based Aboriginal Community Controlled Organisations’ (ACCOs) infrastructure to meet the service needs of the Aboriginal population of Victoria.
This publication is intended to guide and strengthen implementation of culturally secure services for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Northern Territory (NT).
Constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians must involve structural change, not mere symbolism
Megan Davis writes that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples do not seek symbolism, and certainly not in the constitution, which distributes power across the federation. They seek change that can make a concrete difference to their lives.
The Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation's (VACCHO) response to the Productivity Commission's draft report on Mental Health.
This document is intended as a resource for people from non-Indigenous organisations considering actions they could take to build effective and respectful partnerships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and communities.
This document outlines PwC's overview of the Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP).