Latest Indigenous voice News

The budget pledged $12.5 million for free menstrual products in Indigenous communities. Here’s why it’s needed
The budget pledged $12.5 million for free menstrual products in Indigenous communities. Why is this needed?
Indigenous knowledge has the power to help address the climate crisis
Two Sydney academics awarded public policy funding
Research summit to highlight climate change challenges
Now is the time to act. The referendum must not lead to despair, but to a search for new ways to secure justice
Climate adaptation projects sometimes exacerbate the problems they try to solve – a new tool hopes to correct that
We will continue to listen – and act
ABC coverage of the Indigenous Voice to Parliament Referendum 
Vote ‘Yes’ for effective policy design
$9 million awarded under the ARC’s Discovery Indigenous scheme
Shadow Minister for Indigenous Australians – Speech – National Press Club
Time to Listen: An Indigenous Voice to Parliament
Reversing declining school standards must be a critical priority
Indigenous voice should be listened to
Statement from John Pesutto on Voice
‘The referendum to entrench it in the Constitution is unequivocally in the national interest’
Indigenous Voice will help fight against endemic disease
Indigenous STEM stars from across Australia chosen for NASA internship
Indigenous voices need to lead Australia’s response to the climate crisis
WHO Director-General discusses priorities on traditional, complementary and integrative healthcare with civil society
Play School and the South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council announce partnership
Educating Australia on Indigenous Voice
NAIDOC Week 2023
Passing of Voice legislation welcome
Woolworths Group reaffirms commitment to a better tomorrow for Indigenous Australians in new Reconciliation Action Plan
Working towards reconciliation together
STA launches Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan
Speaker Series: Monash launches Voice to Parliament forum and affirms support for the Uluru Statement of the Heart process
Investing in a better future for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People
Bold and innovative planning is delivering Australia’s newest city. But it will be hot – and can we ditch the colonial name?
The voices of Saltwater and Freshwater Peoples feature at the Australian National Maritime Museum
Hobart starting point for historic run
For remote Aboriginal families, limited phone and internet services make life hard. Here’s what they told us
FIRST NATIONS VOICE TO PARLIAMENT WORDING WELCOME
2SM Super Radio Network
Building strong partnerships at Jansen
Noel Pearson to speak at superannuation conference, Melbourne, 21 March
Conservation and collaboration for World Wildlife Day
Committee For Perth – Food For Thought Luncheon
Does increasing farm productivity relieve pressure on remaining natural areas? A new study suggests no, except where Indigenous people manage the land
They’re on our coat of arms but extinct in Tasmania. Rewilding with emus will be good for the island state’s ecosystems
Speech to 2022 ACT Chief Minister’s Inclusion Awards. Ft. Emma Davidson MLA
Australia’s leading scientists welcome government response to Samuel review
From crumbling rock art to exposed ancestral remains, climate change is ravaging our precious Indigenous heritage
Murujuga traditional custodians welcome decision to launch full cultural heritage assessment of all Burrup Hub industry
Noel Pearson to deliver 2022 ABC Boyer Lectures
Leader of Nationals – Transcript – Press Conference, WA Nationals Conference