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Office of Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous Leadership (OPVCIL) at CDU is committed to being a leader in Indigenous participation in the NT and beyond.
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NITV Dec 16
Announcing Labor's new RAP, Mr Dodson labelled the community development program “discriminatory, punitive and ineffective”.
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Northern Institute Dec 14
Looking for a uniquely gift? Gäwa Yolŋu Research Posters by Dr Kathy (Gotha) Guthadjaka AO are available for purchase from Bookshop ($29.95) or Northern Institute (cash only $25). To view: All proceeds fund further projects by Gotha on Gäwa.
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IndigenousLeadership Dec 10
The Federal Government has announced the appointment of Mr Romlie Mokak as the first full-time Indigenous Policy Evaluation Commissioner of the Productivity Commission.
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Northern Institute Dec 10
NI's Prof Steven Bird is about to talk to Rebecca McLaren for ABC Radio 'Afternoons' program about his newly funded Research Project - listen live
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IndigenousLeadership Dec 10
Congrats to CDU Law Graduate Mark Munnich on his admission to the Bar today.
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Northern Institute Dec 5
Assoc Prof Ḻäwurrpa Maypilama & NI PhD student Emily Armstrong presenting 'Promoting resilience & wellbeing through a strong cultural identity: Perspectives of Yolŋu families on “growing up children in two worlds' at in Sydney last week
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AACTA Dec 5
he AACTA Award for Best Lead Actor goes to Hamilton Morris for his debut acting performance in !
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AACTA Dec 5
The AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Television Drama goes to Deborah Mailman for MYSTERY ROAD – Deborah’s fifth AFI | AACTA Award!
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AACTA Dec 5
The AACTA Award for Best Direction goes to Warwick Thornton for ! This is Warwick’s second win this year, taking home the AACTA Award for Best Cinematography for SWEET COUNTRY at Monday’s Industry Luncheon.
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AACTA Dec 5
The AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Television Drama goes to for MYSTERY ROAD.
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AACTA Dec 5
The AACTA Award for Best Feature Documentary goes to GURRUMUL, marking first AACTA Award wins for both director & producer Shannon Swan.
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AACTA Dec 5
The AACTA Award for Best Film presented by goes to ! That’s a total of six AACTA Awards this year for the Australian western. Congratulations to Greer Simpkin, David Jowsey, David Tranter and all the cast and crew.
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AACTA Dec 5
Last night, Deborah Mailman won the AACTA Award for Best Supporting Actress in a TV Drama for MYSTERY ROAD. Making for a perfect , 20 years ago Deborah won her first AFI Award for Best Lead Actress for her acting debut in RADIANCE!
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First Nations Media Australia Dec 5
First Nations films and filmmakers scooped the pool at last night’s Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA) Awards....
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West Arnhem Council Dec 3
A number of Night Patrol staff members graduated with their Certificate III in Night Patrol today. The staff have worked very hard over this past year and should be very proud of this huge achievement. Congratulations!
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Northern Institute Dec 4
NI linguist Steven Bird has received a 3 year ARC grant to explore the use of mobile technologies to support & non-Indigenous people working together, & learning each other's languages in the process.
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CDU Vice-Chancellor Dec 4
Great to be in Canberra today with for the launch of the Sir Roland Wilson Foundation “Pat Turner Scholarship Program” for Indigenous Public Servants to undertake postgraduate study at and/or .
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Northern Institute Dec 3
‘Re-imaging leadership in – A new paradigm’ NEW 'Australian Journal of Education Paper' was a collaboration lead by Dr Linda Payi Ford with another 5 NI researchers contributing
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IndigenousLeadership Nov 30
awarded 2018 Australian Rural Education Award by SPERA for 5 intersecting Indigenous higher education related research projects emanating out of OPVCIL over 3 years. Assoc Prof James Smith (Menzies - formerly OPVCIL) accepted the award. More:
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Matt Brett Nov 28
Congrats to for winning SPERA award for regional remote and indigenous education.
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