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The Annual Garma Festival is Australia's leading cultural exchange event, compared to the World Economic Forum held annually at Davos in Switzerland.
Garma attracts an exclusive gathering of 2,500 political and business leaders from across the globe.

PM told to help young Indigenous students to be able to stay on country and have an education while retaining ties to culture.
ACTU Secretary Sally McManus said the Federal Government’s work-for-dole programme is a discriminatory policy that unfairly targets First Australians.
Indigenous organisations in the Northern Territory are calling on all levels of government to step up to the plate to help fund life-saving dialysis treatment in...
No commitment on Voice to Parliament from PM on day two at Garma festival.
Traditional Owners shared an emotional ceremony in honour of Dr G Yunupingu with leaders of the country as the 19th Garma Festival officially opened.

The road to Garma

The Annual Garma Festival is Australia's Leading Cultural Exchange event, compared to the World Economic Forum held annually at Davos in Switzerland.
Garma attracts an exclusive gathering of 2,500 political and business leaders from across the globe.

Inside the Referendum Council's final report, the Uluru Statement form the Heart, and how we got here.
The Constitutional Recognition forum has after three days come to a final position that will see a treaty commission established and a truth and justice style...
A group of First Nations people from around the country have gathered in Canberra to contest the constitutional convention held at Uluru last month.
Comment: The Uluru statement from the heart is said to reflect an Indigenous rejection of a minimalist version of constitutional reform, but in fact, enshrines it.
Comment: The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, June Oscar's Mabo Lecture, in Townsville, as part of the Native Title Conference....