Quality, practical, relevant and accessible resources and tools for Indigenous organisations and communities to strengthen their governance practices.
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Explore our extensive collection of practical online resources to strengthen your practices at all stages of the governance lifecycle.
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Customised professional development and training to help you design a governance framework for your specific purpose, environment and resources.
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Our advisory service combines our extensive experience and expertise to review your organisation's cultural and corporate governance.
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Explore our professional development events to find the governance training and support you need – including informative masterclasses, webinars and conferences.
Who we are
AIGI is a national not-for-profit organisation that delivers training and resources to meet the self-determined governance needs of Indigenous Australians.
What we do
We connect Indigenous Australians to world-class governance practices to support self-determined governance.
Our development as a national institute delivering training and resources to meet the self-determined governance needs of Indigenous Australians.
We partner with others to expand our reach and impact and share our deep knowledge of Indigenous governance practices.
Winners and finalists of the 2022 Indigenous Governance Awards talk about the importance of developing the next generation of leaders and how succession planning takes place in their organisation...
The Marruk Project was awarded First Place in Category B of the 2014 Indigenous Governance Awards Here Project Manager Angela Frost and Youth Leadership Group member Bayden Clayton discuss the central role of youn...
Murdi Paaki young leader Isabelle Orcher talks about the organisation’s young leaders program and succession planning...
NPY Women’s Council Chair Yanyi Bandicha and Co-ordinator Andrea Mason on succession planning, and bringing younger women into the organisation...