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We establish partnerships and form strategic alliances with existing service providers and research institutions. This helps us to achieve our core objectives with a more integrated, collective impact.
Our research partnerships drive a strategic research agenda based on community needs – including case studies, theoretical and practical models, and innovations within the Indigenous governance space.
These collective impact relationships include:
- program alliances – including collaborating on specific projects
- knowledge partnerships – including sharing of information and collaborative research activities
- strategic relationships – including high-level advocacy and enhanced dialogue
- strategic partnerships identified in our business plan.
Partner with us
We welcome opportunities to cooperate and collaborate with companies, organisations and individuals who align with our core values to deliver on our objectives and goals.
If you are interested in exploring how we could work together to deliver effective and legitimate Indigenous governance on the ground, reach out to us via our ‘Contact us’ page.
AIGI brings a lens to the work that is deeply technical and founded in the global movement. Through AIGI’s connection to Common Roots Common Futures, universities, leaders, and so on ... they bring that knowledge to Indigenous people in Australia and ‘inject’ it into the governance ecosystem.
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