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EDUCATION, Sponsored, WA -

SPONSORED: In 2019 MADALAH introduced a mentoring program which saw MADALAH Alumni and/or current tertiary students return to their secondary schools to mentor the 214 Year 7-12 students who were on a scholarship with us. Mentoring is a proven approach to drive learning and personal development, with other benefits including increased engagement and support (both […]

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SPONSORED: Generating true, meaningful and long-lasting societal change is an ideal that countless people across the national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community are working hard for every day. Across local community projects and national initiatives there has begun a growing and long overdue awareness from those outside of the community that First Nations people […]

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EDUCATION, NEWS, WA -

Giving former prisoners the tools to kickstart their journey back into employment, Ngalla Maya is breaking national records and saving the Western Australian Government millions in the process. Founded in 2014 by staunch Minang Noongar man, Mervyn Eades, Ngalla Maya came about after Eades himself got out of the prison system and saw there was […]

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EDUCATION, PEOPLE -

A woman for our women, CEO and Chair of Real Futures, Wendy Yarnold, is launching a new program which will empower Aboriginal women to pursue their goals and succeed. From the Biripi Nation, Yarnold was raised by her mother on Dunghutti Country in Kempsey, New South Wales. “My mum was a single mum for a […]

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EDUCATION, LANGUAGE, QLD -

One of Australia’s first Aboriginal languages to be recorded, Guugu Yimithirr language of Cape York, Queensland is now immortalised in videos to enable the teaching of future generations. The tutorial videos teach language, develop current knowledge and understanding, and connect Guugu Yimithirr people to culture. They were uploaded to YouTube in March by Good to […]

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