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May 31 2024
Check-list: Principles of Effective Indigenous Governance
This resource provides a checklist of principles for effective governance (pdf, 139kb) Review...
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May 03 2024
Factsheet: Your culture
Culture is the collective beliefs, values, rules and customs that inform a group’s way of li...
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May 03 2024
Factsheet: Understand Indigenous governance
Governance gives an organisation, community or nation the ways and means to achieve the things...
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May 03 2024
Factsheet: Build your governance
Building or rebuilding governance is about selecting a governance model that suits your group...
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May 03 2024
Factsheet: Your people
Whether your group is formal or informal, incorporated, or unincorporated, at its core are peo...
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May 03 2024
Factsheet: Leadership
Leadership is the art of motivating people towards a common goal or to ‘get things done’ I...
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May 03 2024
Factsheet: First Nations women in governance
Women play an important role in strengthening their families and groups Harnessing their skill...
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May 03 2024
Factsheet: Systems and plans
Systems and plans are what help your everyday governance be most effective Think about how you...
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May 03 2024
Factsheet: Financial management
Effective financial management is a critical foundation for managing your resources wisely It...
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May 03 2024
Factsheet: Conflict resolution and peacemaking
Governance is about working together Working together can lead to differences in people’s in...
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May 31 2013
NPY Women's Council - strong culture, strong women, strong communities
NPY Women’s Council (NPYWC) was set up in 1980 and incorporated in 1994...
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Mar 22 2013
Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly
Self-determination and community control The Murdi Paaki Regional Assembly (MPRA) is compri...
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Mar 22 2013
NPY Women's Council: Building your cultural guiding principles into your rulebook
The NPY Women’s Council became incorporated under new legislation in 2008 The council undert...
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Mar 22 2013
Thamarrurr Regional Council's vision for its governance, Wadeye, NT.
This symbol shows how we are moving to have strong, representative government The symbol is ab...
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Mar 21 2013
Governance two ways: Kurduju Committee, Ali Curung
This painting titled 'Two Ways: Yapa and Kardiya Ways' is reproduced with the kind permission...
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Mar 21 2013
The Governance Truck
Participants at Reconciliation Australia’s Sharing Success-Indigenous governance workshop in...
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Mar 15 2013
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services Queensland
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Service (Qld) Ltd (ATSILS) deliver criminal, fami...
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Mar 15 2013
Bendigo Indigenous Homework Centre (BIHC)
Bendigo Indigenous Homework Centre (BIHC) was set up in 2008 as a joint initiative by the Bend...
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Mar 15 2013
Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation
Maari Ma Health Aboriginal Corporation is a community controlled regional health service prov...
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Mar 15 2013
Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi
Waltja Tjutangku Palyapayi Aboriginal Corporation is a community-based organisation, working w...
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Mar 01 2022
IGD Newsletter - 2nd Edition
The second Indigenous Governance of Development collaborative research project newsletter is n...
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Oct 25 2021
IGD Newsletter - 1st Edition
Read our first Indigenous Governance of Development collaborative research project newsletter...
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Aug 20 2020
Exceptional Governance: Stories of Success from the 2018 Indigenous Governance Awards
The Australian Indigenous Governance Institute reviews the nine 2018 Indigenous Governance Awa...
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Jul 31 2020
Summary - Webinar: International Resilience through COVID
AIGI held a webinar on Wednesday 10th June with Guest speakers Linda Smith and Megan Hill...
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Jun 22 2020
Summary - Webinar: Governing through Crisis
AIGI held a webinar on Wednesday 13th May with Guest speakers Sarah Brown ( CEO, Purple Hous...
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May 15 2020
OUR PEOPLE, OUR WAY: STORIES OF INDIGENOUS GOVERNANCE SUCCESS
A new AIGI publication presents real world stories of governance co-authored with six finalist...
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Feb 24 2020
International Indigenous Governance Conference
The Australian Indigenous Governance Institute will co-convene the inaugural International Ind...
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Feb 10 2020
To be heard and for the words to have actions: Traditional Owner voices report.
Traditional Owner voices: improving government relationships and supporting strong foundations...
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Oct 19 2019
Nation Building and Development
As an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leader put it, “Australian governments may not s...
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Oct 09 2019
Indigenous Community Governance Project
The Indigenous Community Governance Project (ICG) was conducted through a partnership between...
Lilly Graham is a proud Quandamooka and Bigambul woman Lilly is a former Youth Director on the board of the Bigambul Native Title Aboriginal Corporation where she represented the youth of the Bigambul community by ensuring their voice...
Annie is a 27-year-old Te Atawa and Ngati Mutunga woman She has grown up in the area where her Lwi are from in Wellington, which has shaped the types of work, and research she pursues Annie is a lecturer at the Victoria University of...
John is Emeritus Professor at the Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research at The Australian National University He is a Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia and a Policy Associate of the Aboriginal Policy R...
Desi is a citizen of the Northern Cheyenne tribe from Montana, USA She is pursuing dual PhDs in sociology at the University of Arizona and demography at the University of Waikato in New Zealand Her doctoral research focuses on the cou...
Stephanie is an Ahtna Athabascan woman from Alaska, USA She is based at the University of Arizona where she is Assistant Research Professor, Udall Center for Studies in Public Policy; Associate Director and Manager, Tribal Health Prog...
Ray is a National Health and Medical Research Council Early Career Fellow and Research Fellow with the Epidemiology for Policy and Practice group at the National Centre for Epidemiology and Population Health, The Australian National U...
Tahu belongs to the Waikato, Ngāti Maniapoto and Te Aupouri tribes and is Professor of Demography at the Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis, University of Waikato Tahu specialises in Māori and indigenous demographic rese...
Maui is affiliated to Ngāruahine, Te Mahurehure and Whakatōhea and is currently a member of the Whakatōhea Māori Trust Board Maui is Associate Professor in the Faculty of Māori and Indigenous Studies at the University of Waikato...
Mia McKie is from the Turtle Clan within the Tuscarora Nation, whose territories are located near Niagara Falls The Tuscarora Nation is a mener of the Haudenosaunee Confederacy Mia is currently completing her PhD at the University of...
June Oscar Ao
Aboriginal And Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner
June is a proud Bunuba woman from the remote town of Fitzroy Crossing in Western Australia’s Kimberly region She is a strong advocate for Indigenous Australian languages, social justice, women’s issues, and has worked tirelessly t...