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In recent years the call for representation of Australia’s First Nations people in the emoji keyboard has grown louder and louder, so why haven't we got one yet?
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NAIDOC 2018: Because of Her, We Can

This years' 2018 theme, recognises the Indigenous female leaders, trailblazers, activists and social change advocates who have fought for justice and equal rights.

They are our mothers, our elders, our grandmothers, our aunties, our sisters and our daughters. 
 

In the spirit of 'Because of Her, We Can', we visualise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women honoured on national material.
A new exhibition is exploring and celebrating the unbroken tradition of weaving.
OPINION: If we acknowledge and harness the power of Indigenous women, we can begin to make change.
Worimi and Gumbaynggirr woman Tori Nikolau has overcome a series of obstacles to become one of Australia's first female, Indigenous commercial pilots.
As part of NAIDOC Week, NITV will be broadcasting a range of TV programs and films that celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women.

 

 

 

 

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A report by the Aboriginal children's commissioner says connecting juvenile detainees to their traditional culture will reduce re-offending rates.
Newly added
A new audit has found there was “inadequate” evidence to prove the cashless welfare card trial reduced social harm.
Newly added
The request follows wider efforts to remove the controversial pioneer’s name from public places and buildings.
In recent years the call for representation of Australia’s First Nations people in the emoji keyboard has grown louder and louder, so why haven't we got one yet?
'Correctional Officer E' told an inquest he asked a second guard to try and get the diabetic inmate to hand over food instead of contacting medical staff.
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The statue stands at the entrance to The Hangar, the Bombers’ headquarters in Melbourne.
Indigenous people in Malaysia are drawing up detailed maps using drones and testimony from village elders to fight a new law they say denies them customary rights...
An expert witness is expected to testify that efforts by nursing staff on an unresponsive David Dungay were rendered "effectively without value".
OPINION: If we acknowledge and harness the power of Indigenous women, we can begin to make change.
David Dungay died in Long Bay jail's hospital in December 2015, and his relatives had been hoping to receive government funding to help attend the inquest.
The federal government has announced a $25 million package for an Indigenous Girl’s science academy, aimed at increasing their numbers in science and technology...
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