Dr. David Suzuki reveals seven things Australia could learn from its Indigenous peoples
IndigiLAB, an Aboriginal owned and operated business, and NITV News met with Dr. Suzuki to discuss climate change, our biggest environmental concerns and how Australia can learn from its Indigenous peoples.
Prevalent & Preventable: A new approach to tackling violence against women and children
The Prevalent & Preventable conference, organised by The Australian Women Against Violence Alliance (AWAVA) looks to highlight emerging and novel ways to lower levels of violence against women and children in Australia.
Do you know a Bunji from a Boorie? Learn our dictionary’s new Indigenous words
A new edition of the Australian National Dictionary has just been published. It contains 16,000 words and while the first edition (published in 1988) included about 250 words from 60 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander languages, the latest has more than 500 words from 100 languages.
I don't have all the answers, but we need to find a narrative that speaks to non-Indigenous Australia | Stan Grant
Where to from here? Indigenous people may be united in a sense of shared identity, but like any population, we are lacerated by divisions