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Unfinished Business Report: NSW Government Makes Progress

time icon grey 17-Oct-2018

Aboriginal Affairs Minister Sarah Mitchell has tabled the Unfinished Business Progress Report to Parliament, which details the work the NSW Government has done so far to progress the commitments made to Stolen Generations survivors, including fin..

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Redfern Park and Oval a heritage site

time icon grey 15-Sep-2018

Many South Sydney Rabbitohs fans already think of Redfern Oval as a significant site, but now it’s been made official, following its approval to be included on the NSW State Heritage Register. NSW Heritage Minister Gabrielle Upton said the a..

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OCHRE puts Aboriginal communities at the heart of decision making

time icon grey 15-Aug-2018

A detailed evaluation of the NSW Government’s plan for Aboriginal affairs has been presented during a ceremonial launch at Parliament House today. The Social Policy Research Centre at..

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Children's Day and International Day of World's Indigenous Peoples – Message from Head of AA

time icon grey 02-Aug-2018

To my AA colleagues, The beginning of August brings with it two significant dates, the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day (Children’s Day) on 4 August (http://aboriginalchildrensday.com.au/what-is-childrens-day/) a..

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Traditional Bark Canoe Builds Skills and Friendships

time icon grey 27-Jul-2018

Minister for Roads, Maritime and Freight Melinda Pavey and Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell today unveiled a traditional Aboriginal Bark Canoe as a symbolic reminder and celebration of Aboriginal people’s connection to Australian wa..

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Fresh start for Aboriginal Centre for Excellence as site cleansed in smoking ceremony

time icon grey 26-Jul-2018

A smoking ceremony will be held on Friday 27 July 2018 to cleanse the site where the brand new Aboriginal Centre for Excellence (ACE) will be developed. The $20 million ACE will support young Aboriginal people from Western Sydney to successfully ..

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NSW Government's plan to boost Aboriginal economic development

time icon grey 12-Jul-2018

The NSW Government has today launched a $10 million program to identify proposals for social impact investments that promote Aboriginal economic development and growth. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell and Minister for Finance V..

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Aboriginal Centre for Excellence another step closer to opening its door

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A fully owned Aboriginal construction business will build the NSW Government’s $20 million Aboriginal Centre for Excellence, which will support young Aboriginal people in making the transition from school into further employment and education. ..

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Ministerial Statement – OCHRE – A Continuing Conversation

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In 2011, the NSW Government and Aboriginal communities started a conversation resulting in OCHRE, our community focused plan for Aboriginal Affairs. Since then, we have continued the conversation about the issues that matter to Aboriginal people ..

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NAIDOC Week is here – Message from head of AA

time icon grey 09-Jul-2018

Dear colleagues, NAIDOC Week is here, officially starting Sunday, 8 July and continuing through to Sunday, 15 July. NAIDOC Week is a time for all Australians to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and achieve..

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NSW Government continues to back our kids: $474.3 million investment in early childhood education

time icon grey 19-Jun-2018

The NSW Government is investing $474.3 million on our youngest learners in the 2018-19 Budget – a $29.8 million increase on last year. Minister for Early Childhood Education and Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell said the budget includes a re..

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NSW leads nation on Aboriginal initiatives

time icon grey 19-Jun-2018

NSW Budget 2018, funding a new Aboriginal Social Housing Strategy, Australia’s first Aboriginal Languages Trust and social impact investment. Treasurer Dominic Perrottet and Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell said the Budget incl..

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NSW Budget: Boost to life-changing program

time icon grey 14-Jun-2018

The life-changing benefits provided to Aboriginal students via a unique education and sport based engagement program will be significantly boosted under a $3.75 million grant contained in the 2018-19 NSW Budget. The grant will support the Cl..

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NSW Budget: Empowering the Indigenous community

time icon grey 14-Jun-2018

NSW continues to lead the way on social impact investments by committing $10 million over four years to Aboriginal economic development opportunities in the 2018-19 Budget. NSW Treasurer Dominic Perrottet said the funding is part of a host o..

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Passing of Uncle Manuel Ebsworth

time icon grey 31-May-2018

Uncle Manuel Ebsworth, a Stolen Generations Survivor, activist and Chair of the Kinchela Boys Aboriginal Corporation, sadly passed away in Port Macquarie earlier this week. I would like to acknowledge Uncle Manuel’s many years of dedication ..

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A national week of healing – Message from head of AA

time icon grey 28-May-2018

To all my AA colleagues, A significant week of healing is upon Australia with National Sorry Day tomorrow, then National Reconciliation Week and Mabo Day the following Sunday. National Sorry Day (https://www.reconciliation.org.au/nation..

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Minister draws attention to National Sorry Day

time icon grey 24-May-2018

Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell has spoken today about the importance of acknowledging National Sorry Day on May 26 and remembering and recognising the past mistreatment of our Nation’s First Peoples. Minister Mitchell has dra..

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Aboriginal Procurement Policy Targets Job Opportunities

time icon grey 17-May-2018

The NSW Government has set a new whole of government target to support Aboriginal jobs through its procurement activities, helping to support the creation of thousands of new jobs. Premier Gladys Berejiklian, Minister for Finance Victor Domi..

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The NSW Government’s Aboriginal Procurement Policy (APP) – Message from Head of AA

time icon grey 15-May-2018

Good afternoon Last Friday, 11 May 2018, the Government’s Aboriginal Procurement Policy (APP) was announced. The APP aims to grow Aboriginal businesses and support 3000 additional Aboriginal employment opportunities. The policy includes a 3% ..

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Illawarra Wingecarribee Accord - Message from the Head of AA

time icon grey 14-May-2018

A new day dawns in the Illawarra Today we celebrate a giant step towards self-determination for Aboriginal people in this state. Today, the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, The Hon Sarah Mitchell, will travel to Country to meet with the..

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National Indigenous NAIDOC Art Fair Returns to Sydney

time icon grey 09-May-2018

The National Indigenous NAIDOC Art Fair will return to Sydney across two days in 2018, with the event set to kick off celebrations ahead of this year’s NAIDOC Week. Presented by Blak Markets, a social enterprise arm of First Hand Solutions, ..

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ANZAC Day 2018 – A Message from Head of AA

time icon grey 24-Apr-2018

Dear all, Tomorrow on ANZAC Day, we commemorate the landing at Anzac Cove and the beginning of the Gallipoli campaign. Most Australians would know the story of the ANZACs at Gallipoli but probably wouldn’t know that an estimated 50 Abor..

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Another Milestone: Aboriginal Language Advisory Group Established

time icon grey 20-Apr-2018

Nine representatives from Aboriginal communities across the state will make up the expert panel that will work to preserve and safeguard Aboriginal languages. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell said the Aboriginal Language Establ..

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Establishing the Aboriginal Languages Act – Message from the Head of AA

time icon grey 20-Apr-2018

One of my proudest achievements for Aboriginal Affairs last year was our role in the passing of the Aboriginal Languages Act 2017. The Act acknowledges the importance of Aboriginal languages to Aboriginal people and all people in NSW. It was ..

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Anniversary of the Appin Massacre – A message from Head of AA

time icon grey 17-Apr-2018

*Disclaimer: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander staff should be aware that the following message contains information which may cause distress. Today we reflect upon the Appin Massacre (https://dictionaryofsydney.org/entry/appin_massacre)..

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NSW Government embeds Aboriginal Language in early childhood education

time icon grey 17-Apr-2018

The NSW Government continues to focus on the importance of Aboriginal culture and heritage, with a new program developed for our state’s youngest learners that will support Aboriginal languages to be taught in early childhood services. Minis..

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Harmony Day – A message from Head of AA

time icon grey 21-Mar-2018

Dear all, Today is Harmony Day, a day on which we celebrate Australia’s cultural diversity. A day to acknowledge and respect the many different cultural and religious backgrounds of modern day Australians. A day of belonging for all. 21s..

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National Close the Gap Day – Message from the Head of AA

time icon grey 15-Mar-2018

Dear all Today is National Close the Gap Day, a day dedicated to raising awareness of the campaign to put an end to the disparity in health and life expectancy outcomes between First Peoples and non-Aboriginal Australians within a generation...

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The Strategic Plan: Year Two Report

time icon grey 09-Mar-2018

Two years ago we launched the Aboriginal Affairs Strategic Plan, which links the work of our agency with the NSW Government’s commitment to promoting economic, social and cultural development opportunities for Aboriginal people in NSW. The pr..

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International Women’s Day – Message from the Head of AA

time icon grey 08-Mar-2018

Today on International Women’s Day, we congratulate Julie Shelley, who has just been named NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year. Julie is a proud Kamilaroi woman who has lived and worked in the Western Sydney Aboriginal community for more than 4..

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Kamilaroi woman wins NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year

time icon grey 08-Mar-2018

Kamilaroi woman Julie Shelley, who has dedicated her life to supporting members of the Western Sydney Aboriginal community, has been named as the NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell presented Ms S..

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Plans for Aboriginal Centre for Excellence Unveiled

time icon grey 08-Mar-2018

Design plans for the new Aboriginal Centre for Excellence in Western Sydney have been unveiled to more than 100 community members and organisations at a Community Open Day today. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell said the Commun..

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NSW Government continues to support community NAIDOC Week celebrations

time icon grey 06-Mar-2018

The NSW Government is again offering grants for grassroots organisations to run local events in NAIDOC Week, the annual celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell said she is..

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Have your say on new Aboriginal cultural heritage laws

time icon grey 23-Feb-2018

For the first time ever, NSW will have stand-alone legislation for our State’s Aboriginal cultural heritage and the NSW Government is asking for your contribution. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell and Minister for Heritage Gabr..

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Australia Day 2018 - Message from the Head of AA

time icon grey 25-Jan-2018

To all my AA colleagues and your families, Australia Day is tomorrow and the discussion about it in the media has been extensive and divisive. That’s why the Executive and I think it is important to share with you some of our thoughts about y..

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Aboriginal Languages Establishment Advisory Group Expressions of Interest have now closed

time icon grey 18-Dec-2017

ABORIGINAL LANGUAGES ACT 2017 Aboriginal Languages Establishment Advisory Group Expressions of Interest have now closed Now that the Aboriginal Languages legislation is in place, we are in the establishment phase, which includes: forming ..

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ACE Western Sydney Project Advisory Committee EOI

time icon grey 14-Nov-2017

Are you an Aboriginal young person between 17-28 years? Are you active in your community in Western Sydney and Interested in making a difference? Expressions of Interest are now open until Thursday 16th November. Download the EOI Factshe..

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Accord set to deliver solutions for Aboriginal land owners in Eden

time icon grey 19-Oct-2017

In a first for NSW, tourism and other business opportunities in Eden could be fast-tracked for Eden Local Aboriginal Land Council, with the signing of an accord that guarantees cooperation and collaboration. The Minister for Aboriginal Affai..

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Australian-First Aboriginal Languages Bill Passes NSW Parliament

time icon grey 19-Oct-2017

NSW is officially the first state in Australia to pass legislation through Parliament acknowledging the value and importance of language to our country’s First Peoples and to the cultural heritage of NSW. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sara..

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Smart reforms to lower Aboriginal incarceration

time icon grey 19-Oct-2017

The NSW Government’s criminal justice reforms will address the underlying cause of offending behaviour, especially for Aboriginal offenders. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell welcomed the reforms which include new sentencing opti..

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NSW Government introduces nation-first Aboriginal languages bill

time icon grey 12-Oct-2017

NSW has become the first state in the country to introduce legislation to Parliament to acknowledge the unique value and importance of language to our First Peoples and to the State. Premier Gladys Berejiklian said she was proud the NSW Gove..

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Media Alert – Australian-first Aboriginal Languages Bill in NSW Parliament

time icon grey 12-Oct-2017

MEDIA ALERT Aboriginal Affairs Minister Sarah Mitchell will introduce an Australian-first Aboriginal Languages Bill into the NSW Parliament WHEN: Today, Wednesday 11 October 2017 TIME: 11.15am – Welcome to Country and Smoking Ceremo..

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NSW prepares for the 47th year of Koori Knockout

time icon grey 28-Sep-2017

With the 47th NSW Aboriginal Rugby League Koori Knockout approaching this weekend, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Sarah Mitchell, is encouraging fans and spectators to stay safe, plan ahead and enjoy the competition. This year, more than 1..

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NCARA Regional Newsletter September 2017 Edition

time icon grey 11-Sep-2017

The NCARA distributes a bi-monthly regional alliance newsletter which details the outcomes of meetings, recent alliance news and upcoming dates. View the NCARA Regional Newsletter September 2017 Edition (/pdfs/local-decision-making/NCARA/NCAR..

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Establishment phase begins – Aboriginal Centre for Excellence – Western Sydney

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NSW Aboriginal Affairs is entering the establishment phase of the Aboriginal Centre for Excellence (ACE), following an extensive period spent developing the concept for this unique project with Aboriginal people in Western Sydney. Scheduled ..

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Western Sydney Aboriginal Centre for Excellence On Track To Open Next Year

time icon grey 31-Aug-2017

The Western Sydney Aboriginal Centre for Excellence will become a hub for young Aboriginal people to harness their aspirations and talents to create a rewarding future with the Centre to open its doors next year. Minister for Aboriginal Affai..

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Community Conversations returning in late July

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Aboriginal Affairs will be returning to locations across the state in late July and early August 2017 to follow up conversations held in May through to July 2017 about the development of a NSW Aboriginal Languages Legislation. During this sec..

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Land Negotiation Program steps up

time icon grey 07-Jul-2017

The NSW Government is calling for interested local governments and local Aboriginal Land Councils to join the next phase of the Land Negotiation Program. Minister for Lands and Forestry Paul Toole said the NSW Government was looking to enter..

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NSW number one for Aboriginal Tourism

time icon grey 05-Jul-2017

NSW has overtaken Queensland as the most popular State in Australia for international travellers to experience Aboriginal tourism, with the sector growing by 62 per cent in visitor participation in the year ended March 2017. More than 332,00..

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Stolen Generations Reparations Scheme Open

time icon grey 01-Jul-2017

The NSW Government’s landmark Stolen Generations Reparations Scheme will be open to survivors from today, July 1. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell said the opening of the scheme, the centrepiece of the NSW Government’s $73 mill..

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ALRA Review 2017

time icon grey 27-Jun-2017

The Hon Sarah Mitchell MLC, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs in NSW has commenced the statutory review of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983. The Aboriginal Land Rights Act requires the Minister to review the Act every five years to determin..

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Backing our kids: $435 million investment in early childhood education

time icon grey 20-Jun-2017

The NSW Government is investing $435 million on our youngest learners in the 2017-18 Budget - a $47 million increase on last year. Minister for Early Childhood Education and Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell said the Budget includes an additi..

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20th Anniversary of Bringing Them Home

time icon grey 25-May-2017

Today the NSW Government paid tribute to the resilience and courage of Indigenous Australians in marking the 20-year anniversary of Bringing Them Home – the 1997 National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander childr..

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NAIDOC week grants to celebrate Aboriginal culture

time icon grey 06-Mar-2017

The NSW Government is urging grassroots organisations to hold local events during NAIDOC Week 2017 by providing a total of $200,000 in grants to help celebrate the history, culture and accomplishments of Aboriginal people. The national theme..

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New Aboriginal Land Rights Registrar Appointed

time icon grey 28-Feb-2017

Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell today welcomed the appointment of Ms Nicole Courtman as Registrar of the Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1983. Ms Courtman’s appointment will begin on 3 April 2017 for a period of three years. “Ms..

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New Era for the NSW Aboriginal Land Council Network

time icon grey 23-Feb-2017

Legislation to strengthen the governance and capacity of the NSW Aboriginal Land Council Network has passed through NSW parliament, NSW Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Sarah Mitchell said today. “The passing of the Aboriginal Land Rights Ame..

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Nominations extended for 2017 NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year Award

time icon grey 01-Dec-2016

Nominations for the 2017 NSW Aboriginal Woman of the Year Award have been extended to Tuesday 17 January 2017. This is the second year that the NSW Government has made this award available, providing an opportunity to acknowledge and celebrat..

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New Aboriginal cultural heritage laws a step closer

time icon grey 21-Dec-2016

The NSW Government will start drafting new Aboriginal cultural heritage legislation aimed at creating a respectful and workable model for cultural heritage protection. NSW Heritage Minister Mark Speakman said after three phases of consultatio..

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NSW Government Response to the Report on Reparations for the Stolen Generations in NSW: Unfinished Business

time icon grey 02-Dec-2016

On 2 December 2016, the NSW Government tabled its response to the General Purpose Standing Committee No 3 Report on Reparations for the Stolen Generations in NSW: Unfinished Business. This response officially acknowledges the enduring trauma ..

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OCHRE going strong, Three years on

time icon grey 02-Dec-2016

Three years after the groundbreaking OCHRE plan for Aboriginal affairs was first introduced, the NSW Government has reaffirmed its commitment to ambitious targets for Aboriginal employment, education, business and home ownership. Minister fo..

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New Aboriginal Affairs and OCHRE branding guidelines

time icon grey 01-Dec-2016

Guidelines have been developed to assist Aboriginal Affairs to present a consistent corporate brand. Suppliers of Aboriginal Affair's publications and organisations acknowledging grants awarded by the agency should refer to these guidelines. ..

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NSW first in Australia to protect Aboriginal Languages

time icon grey 16-Nov-2016

NSW will become the first state in Australia to introduce landmark legislation to protect traditional Aboriginal languages and establish an Aboriginal Languages Centre to support community-led revival efforts, Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Lesl..

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Hunter Conference to strengthen Aboriginal - Government partnerships

time icon grey 13-Nov-2016

More than 140 local Aboriginal leaders and government representatives will gather in the Hunter Valley on November 14 and 15 to discuss how they can work together more closely and effectively. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Leslie Williams ..

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First phase of consultation completed - Aboriginal Centre for Excellence - Western Sydney

time icon grey 15-Apr-2016

In March 2015 the Baird Government made a commitment of $20 million for the establishment of an Aboriginal Centre for Excellence (ACE) in Western Sydney. Western Sydney has the largest Aboriginal population in Australia and is also an area o..

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The conversations about OCHRE continue

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Information is now available to answer all your questions about the OCHRE conversations such as: What's happened so far What's happening now Who is leading the conversations How to stay in touch How to have your say and who to contact ..

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'Our languages, our way', $200,000 community language grants

time icon grey 18-Mar-2016

Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Leslie Williams today announced an additional round of grants to support the revitalisation of Aboriginal languages through community-lead initiatives would be offered in 2016. Mrs Williams said the 'Our Langua..

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Anniversary of the National Apology: 13 February 2016

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For the pain, suffering and hurt of these stolen generations, their descendants and for their families left behind, we say sorry. On 13 February 2008, the then Prime Minister, Kevin Rudd apologised in Parliament unreservedly for the past inj..

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Aboriginal Affairs Strategic Plan 2016-2019

time icon grey 17-Dec-2015

Aboriginal Affairs Head of Agency Jason Ardler has today released the agency's 2016-2019 Strategic Plan. The Plan sets our priorities for the next three years, further information is available on our about page (/about) To access a copy of o..

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Groundbreaking evaluation of OCHRE

time icon grey 10-Dec-2015

Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Leslie Williams today announced that the Social Policy Research Centre at the University of NSW has been engaged to undertake a 10 year ongoing evaluation of OCHRE. This long-term approach to evaluation is grou..

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The Aboriginal Population in NSW in 2015: Policy options and challenges

time icon grey 25-Oct-2015

NSW has the largest and arguably one of the most diverse Aboriginal populations of any jurisdiction in Australia. The Aboriginal population of NSW lives in areas ranging from remote townships with majority Aboriginal populations, to global cities..

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Study into the NSW Indigenous Population

time icon grey 24-Aug-2015

NSW has the largest Indigenous population in Australia and it is one of the fastest growing. In the 2011 Census, of the additional Indigenous Australians counted, 28.9% lived in NSW. Only Victoria and the Australian Capital Territory had a faster..

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2015 Tackling Violence TVC

time icon grey 28-Jul-2015

Below is the 2015 Tackling Violence television commercial. Your browser does not support the video tag...

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New Development - Aboriginal Centre for Excellence - Western Sydney

time icon grey 28-Jul-2015

In March 2015 the Baird Government has made a commitment of $20 million over two years for the establishment of an Aboriginal Centre for Excellence in Western Sydney. Western Sydney has a significant Aboriginal population and is also an area ..

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NAIDOC Grants 2015

time icon grey 15-Mar-2015

Welcome to the Aboriginal Affairs NAIDOC 2015 grants page. NAIDOC stands for National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee. Its origins can be traced to the emergence of Aboriginal groups in the 1920′s which sought to increase..

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Aboriginal Business Portal

time icon grey 29-Jan-2015

The Aboriginal Business Portal is the new system for easily finding Aboriginal suppliers. The Portal links private and public sector procurers with certified Aboriginal suppliers through an interactive database. In the Business Portal you wi..

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Funding for development of Register of Upper Hunter Aboriginal Owners

time icon grey 12-Dec-2014

Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Victor Dominello today announced that a $298,000 grant had been awarded for a project that will allow Aboriginal people to register their cultural association to the Upper Hunter region under the Aboriginal Land Ri..

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Master Builders & NSW Government Partnership supporting Aboriginal apprentices

time icon grey 24-Nov-2014

Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Victor Dominello has today announced that four new Aboriginal apprentices had started work with the Master Builders Association of NSW, taking the total to 13, since an agreement with the NSW Government was signed ..

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Condolences for passing of Steve "Mullawalla" Dodd

time icon grey 13-Nov-2014

I extend my deepest condolences to the family of admired Aboriginal actor and veteran, Steve Mullawalla Dodd, who passed away earlier this week on the NSW South Coast at the age of 86. Mr Dodd was a man who overcame prejudice and discriminati..

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Grants for Community Infrastructure

time icon grey 26-Oct-2012

The NSW Government is conducting the Community Building Partnership program in 2012 to build or upgrade vital community infrastructure for the benefit of local communities throughout the State. The NSW Government will contribute funds for community p..

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AA Corporate Directions 2012-2014

time icon grey 22-Oct-2012

This is Aboriginal Affairs' first corporate plan since becoming part of the Office of Communities (OoC) in the NSW Department of Education and Communities (DEC) in April 2011. It summarises our priorities and targets over the two year period, 201..

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A research agenda for our time.Lismore seminar 26th July 2018.

time icon grey 11-May-2018

The Southern Cross University, Lismore will host the third of four seminars presenting the Aboriginal Affairs NSW research agenda 2018-2023 (/pdfs/research-and-evaluation/Research-Agenda-Jan-2018.pdf) Thursday 26th July Southern Cross Univ..

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Aboriginal Languages Legislation going to Parliament

time icon grey 06-Oct-2017

The Aboriginal Languages Legislation is being introduced to Parliament on Wednesday 11 October at 11am. For more information on how to join us in marking the significance of this occasion in the history of NSW, please click here (/policy-reform/l..

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