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    2012 Dungala Kaiela Oration - Brian Hartzer 30 May 2012
    This will be the fourth in the Dungala Kaiela ‘Defining Shepparton’ series of orations. These orations bring community together to celebrate Aboriginal cultural identity, build a shared vision for the people of the Goulburn Valley and promote Aboriginal socio-economic development. The keynote speaker for this year’s oration is Mr Brian Hartzer, Chief Executive Retail Wealth and Ulster Bank at the Royal Bank of Scotland. Brian was previously at ANZ Banking Group and oversaw the development of the MyMoola financial literacy and personal budgeting program with Paul Briggs. MyMoola advanced a practical capability based approach to financial literacy and inclusion. Brian returns to Australia later this year to take up a role with Westpac. [Read more]

    Biennial Duguid Memorial Lecture Indigenous Knowledges, the Academy and the Comm 12 November 2012
    The David Unaipon College of Indigenous Education and Research, University of South Australia, and Yunggorendi First Nations Centre for Higher Education and Research, Flinders University presents: Dr Irene Watson Associate Professor of Aboriginal Studies David Unaipon College of Indigenous Education and Research University of South Australia [Read more]

    Finally Sorry 12 February 2008
    The Commonwealth government finally says the majic word, sorry! Our thoughts on this day will be with all of those who were taken away. Use the ISX forums to record your thoughts on what should now be done. [Read more]

    Sorry 12 February 2008
    Finally Sorry. Make a comment in our special forums section or better still drop Uncle Kevin an email about what you think. [Read more]

    Yolngu Nations Speak Out on Stronger Futures Legislation 02 May 2012
    A major statement was delivered to the PM yesterday and is being supported by others , “The Yolŋu Makarr Dhuni, an assembly of eight [Aboriginal]nations in the Western, Central and East Arnhem Land areas of the Northern Territory, have released a statement rejecting the Federal Government’s Stronger Futures legislation …… I sincerely hope the Australian Government hears what the Yolŋu Nations are saying to them. They [the Senate & Government ]need to throw out this flawed legislation and instead commit to real partnership with Aboriginal peoples to develop sustainable solutions”. Graeme Mundine, ACM Sydney [Read more]

    Zane Ma Rhea & Henry Atkinson - In the true spirit of education: 27 March 2008
    In the true spirit of education: securing the future for Indigenous children in Australia. [Read more]

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Celebration

    Celebrate New Years Tribal Warrior Cruise 31 December 2011
    New Year’s Eve 2011 Cruise, celebrating the new year on Sydney Harbour with the Tribal Warrior Association. All welcome, cost involved. Held at Sydney Fish Market, Darling Harbour, Sydney. [Read more]

    Centenary of United Aborigines Mission Bomaderry 24 May 2008
    Bomaderry Childrens Home was the birthplace of the Stolen Generation in NSW. It is a place of great pain but also great friendships and endurance and survival. This is an Australian Indigenous Celebration that is not to be missed. [Read more]

    Dungala Kaiela oration 20 September 2011
    The Yorta Yorta peoples annual think tank celebration 'to define the future'. [Read more]

    Freshwater Saltwater 26 January 2011
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    GARMA 07 August 2009 - 11 August 2009
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    Kicking the Dust 24 May 2011
    Together, the Board of Directors of the Cape York regional organisations invite you to ‘kick the dust’ with us to celebrate the achievements of the regional organisations and people of Cape York over the past 20 years. [Read more]

    Koori Day 02 August 2009
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    Mabo Day 03 June 2012
    The aim of this online gathering is to celebrate "Mabo Day". Mabo Day is an important day for many Torres Strait Islanders and Australian Aboriginal people. Eddie Mabo was a Torres Strait Islander human rights and land rights activist. Edward (Eddie) Koiki Mabo (1936-1992) dedicated his life to overturning the decision of Lieutenant James Cook to take possession of the east coast of Australia in the name of King George III. [Read more]

    NAIDOC WEEK 05 July 2009
    Honouring Our Elders, Nurturing Our Youth [Read more]

    Ngapartji Ngapartji Celebration 09 April 2010
    Big hART invites you to Alice Springs join the celebration and conclusion of the remarkable Ngapartji Ngapartji project. [Read more]

    RUMBA FUNDA 07 February 2009
    What's that thunder its a Rumba Funda! [Read more]

    Sisters Foundation Day 07 October 2012
    Sisters of St John of God invite volunteers, friends and supporters to celebrate the Sisters Foundation Day [Read more]

    Survival Day 26 January 2011
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    The Sound of Naidoc 01 July 2011
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    The one and only Mary G, Queen of the Kimberley hits Govt House 09 October 2008
    This may well be the Aboriginal Social Event of the Year don't miss out! Mark Bin Bakar is the current WA Australian of the Year… …and Mary G, The Queen of the Kimberley is not too happy about it! [Read more]

    Uluru Anniversary Concert 26 October 2010
    October 26 marks the 25th anniversary of the handing back of Uluru and Kata Tjuta to the Anangu traditional owners and that event, a symbolic high point for indigenous land rights in Australia, will be celebrated with a day-long festival in Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park. [Read more]

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Cultural Program

    Gay'wu (Dillybag) Women's Program 10 June 2011 - 11 June 2011
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    Rediscovering Indigenous Languages 02 December 2011
    A new partnership to revive and preserve surviving records of Indigenous vocabularies and word lists, from 1788 to the late 1930s, showcasing all archives from the Mitchell Library, featuring a special performance by the Gondwana National Indigenous Children’s Choir, including other live performances and a cocktail party. [Read more]

Dance

    True Stories 02 August 2007 - 01 September 2007
    Bangarra's reputation as one of the most exciting contemporary dance companies in Australia and one of our country's leading performing arts exports, takes yet another leap forward with their brand new work True Stories. [Read more]

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    BOOMERANG 26 July 2005 - 06 August 2005
    Can you afford to miss the amazing Bangarra's latest production! With choreography by Stephen Page!! [Read more]

    Djalu Gurruwiwi in Sydney 18 February 2011 - 18 February 2011
    An Appreciation of the Yidaki & its Powers with Djalu Gurruwiwi, Elder of the Galpu People, Dhuwa Yidaki Custodian, North East Arnhem Land. Special Event. Please RSVP. Numbers limited. [Read more]

    Kimberley Indigenous Performing Arts Showcase 17 September 2005
    See some of the Kimberley’s most exciting Indigenous Performers during this cultural showcase of talent. [Read more]

    Mossman Rocks - Music and Dance Event 22 October 2010
    Performances by deadly local performers including the Briscoe Sisters, Bana Kiway Kiway, the Wujal Band and many others. Not to be missed [Read more]

    Songs for the Kimberley 20 November 2010
    Goolarabooloo Law Keeper and Custodian, Joseph Roe, and Green party representatives will join an impressive line-up of 17 acts including: Stephen Pigram, the lead singer of renowned Broome band The Pigram Brothers; and award winning songstresses, Sally Dastey and Leah Flanagan. [Read more]

    Tharamali - its the coming of the Thunderstorm! 27 November 2008
    Directed by emerging choreographer Tamara Pearson. Works by Bangarra, Graeme Murphy, Graeme Watson and Jason Pitt. [Read more]

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Talent Quest

Tour

    Christine Anu & Deni Hines 30 May 2008 - 28 June 2008
    In a 2 hour show each artist will perform a 45 min set of their hits and favourite songs and yes there’ll be some special duet performances as well. This is the first time that Christine and Deni have performed together. [Read more]

Trading Floor

Walk

    The Long Walk 24 May 2008
    Federation Square to ‘Dreamtime at the ‘G’, 1000 ‘camp’ on the MCG, 50,000 glow sticks to light up the stands! [Read more]

Workshop

    Business Workshops 09 November 2011
    A self-paced workshop for Indigenous people starting a business, buying a business or thinking about it. Aimed at increasing business skills. [Read more]

    IndigeLab 31 October 2009 - 13 November 2009
    Workshop for writers, directors, dancers, choreographers, screen based artists [Read more]

    Straight Talk Summit 07 March 2010
    Oxfam project to help Indigenous women develop their understanding of the Australian political system [Read more]

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