Target Beneficiaries Served: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Filter Projects: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Scope & State
The Australian Gynaecological Cancer Foundation
Let's talk Lady Parts
Awareness and research are the only cures to the 8 gynaecological cancers. Only 1 of the 8 cancers has a screening test and treatment. The other seven gynae cancers are often not diagnosed until they are already in the advanced stages. Majority of women are unaware of the 8 gynae cancers and when challenged, are hard pressed to identify their lady parts.
Federation University Australia is Australia’s leading regional university. We support more first-in-family and social equity students than any other university and we create graduates who are job ready, with the skills that employers need to enhance their communities. Rural Women...
Women over 50 are the fastest-growing cohort experiencing homelessness in Australia and Under Cover follows an eclectic group of these women who are tough and determined, while experiencing homelessness. Their moving but optimistic portraits lay bare the flaws in our...
Why is the fact Aboriginal women are the fastest growing Incarceration group in Australia, not a part of urgent national discussion? Henrietta reveals the direct links between institutional racism and its trickle down effect into Aboriginal society, creating third world...
First Nations Bushfoods and Botanical Alliance Australia
Growing an Indigenous Agri-Culture HUB
This project seeks to create an Indigenous female-led bushfoods and botanicals Retail and Tourist destination which will require (fit-out, stocking and staff) to develop the initial commercial retail space. It will showcase Indigenous bushfood & botanical products made by Aboriginal women. We also aim to establish a processing and education program, including a mobile division that focuses on educational product development for women in remote communities nationally.
MDA's Who Gets To Tell Australian Stories report outlined that not only are those telling the stories on screen predominately Anglo –Celtic but so are those working in senior television news management roles are predominately Anglo –Celtic men. This project is designed to empower culturally and linguistically diverse female journalists, the requisite knowledge and skills to navigate climbing the ranks of leadership.
In remote West & Central Arnhem Land, women are playing an important & growing role managing Country & supporting their communities as Indigenous rangers. Women-specific Traditional Knowledge & responsibilities are crucial to effective & holistic Indigenous land management.
UNITY is aimed at girls and gender diverse people aged 10-12 in the Bankstown area. This 12-week early intervention music mentoring program teaches singing and songwriting through the lens of talking about what makes up healthy relationships with our community,...
The Comprehensive Sexuality Education Project aims to ensure all people have access to evidence-based, age appropriate and culturally safe CSE. The project focuses on designing and developing an ‘online resource hub’ for all people to access CSE information, education and...
The Cornelia Program: Breaking the cycle of homelessness for vulnerable women and their babies
The Royal Women's Hospital needs help to help break the cycle of homelessness for vulnerable women and their babies. The Women’s, Launch Housing and HousingFirst have collaborated to develop the Cornelia Program – an Australian-first initiative that aims to break the cycle of homelessness and support pregnant women and new mothers to develop a lasting bond with their babies.
The Pertame Master-Apprentice Program (MAP) is an Indigenous community-led project that seeks to grow the next generation of Pertame speakers while nurturing a prosperous community through strong cultures and identities. The Pertame MAP focusses on uplifting all generations of Pertame...
Enabling bright girls from disadvantage to shine through education support
The HMEF Scholarship program highlights the role education plays in solving intergenerational disadvantage for high potential girls across Australia who are educated in government high schools and who come from low socio-economic circumstances.
It is what the MCC groups are all about: men being accountable for learning about and responding to inequality and, importantly, supporting women who have been leading the charge for decades. Like many men, I am a newcomer to these issues and am learning as I go.
Justice Chris Maxwell AC QC, Male Champions of Change
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