Something's not right
Why are so many Indigenous Australians experiencing disadvantage and injustice?
Who are Indigenous Australians?
Understanding Indigenous Australians beyond the myths and stereotypes
Indigenous disadvantage in Australia
The disparity between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians across a range of social indicators is alarming. Find out more.
Why many Indigenous Australians can't simply 'get over it' and 'move on'
The lack of treaty
Australia is the only Commonwealth nation that doesn’t have a treaty with its Indigenous people. Find out more.
The Intervention was a highly controversial policy package that continues to be hotly debated by Indigenous and non-Indigenous people alike. Find out more.
What about history?
How our history of invasion and social control impacts today
Dispossession, disease and direct conflict
In the name of protection
Protection legislation and the denial of human rights
A white Australia
In the first half of the twentieth century, right up until the 1960's, the Australian government sought to create a single, uniform white Australian culture.
The Stolen Generations
The forcible removal of Indigenous children from their families
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Discover more about Australian history.
Welcome to and Acknowledgement of Country
What are Welcome to Country and Acknowledgement of Country and why are they important?
Why are culture and identity so important?
How understanding culture and identity can make a difference in our nation
The importance of land
For many Indigenous people in Australia, land is much more than soil, rocks or minerals. It’s a living environment that sustains, and is sustained by, people and culture.
Kinship is at the heart of Indigenous society.
"Aboriginal spirituality is defined as at the core of Aboriginal being, their very identity."