Taungurung Land and Waters Council unveils the first Traditional Owner flag of sovereignty in Victoria.
Stories Tagged: Self-Determination
Korin Gamadji Institute continues its support for emerging young Aboriginal leaders through COVID-19
The KGI Richmond Emerging Aboriginal Leadership program goes online to continue engagement with young emerging Aboriginal leaders
The Victorian State government is working with Aboriginal women leaders to develop a program for the next generation of leaders
Victoria’s universities continue making strong headway to providing fairer admission for the State’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students
Ian Hamm, Chair of the First Nations Foundation, returns to CMR to discuss credit cards, superannuation and the My Money Dreams program
For those behind the scenes at First Nations Foundation, the constant drive is to see wellbeing for First Nations through financial independence
Despite lockdowns across Victoria, the Barengi Gadjin Land Council keeps teams on country, caring and protecting natural heritage
Indigenous owned business Supply Aus pulls off massive business coup where other business simply couldn’t deliver
It takes more than a global pandemic to put a stop of the strong and loud call for Voice, Truth and Treaty.
Kinaway chair Karen Milward talks on CMR about the benefits to be gained by considering a pivot of business during coronavirus
Why on earth would you choose a time of pandemic to start a new business? According to Kinaway Chair Karen Milward, it can be a perfect time.
Bringing all response organisations together in an effort to coordinate the fight against that common enemy that is COVID-19
Frankston-based Nairm Marr Djambana Gathering Place has taken coronavirus restrictions in its stride and forged ahead
Members of the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria taking it to mob with online initiatives and innovation.
On the Mornington Peninsula at Hastings, the Willum Warrain Gathering Place remain true to supporting community through the COVID-19 pandemic
You can’t keep mob down for long, and when COVID-19 brought Kirrip Aboriginal Corporations to a halt, they quickly emerged after only a couple of weeks.
Despite the pressures and restrictions resulting from COVID-19 Dardi Munwurro’s work to support Aboriginal men, women and families continues unabated