Topic: Indigenous


Stepping stones to success

Goanna Education is an Australian-owned First Nations enterprise. Co-founder, non-executive director and Dunghutti man Liam Harte AAICD and CEO Sally-Anne Browner outline the demands of scaling for gr...

Connecting the dots

Mikaela Jade is the founder and CEO of Indigital, Australia’s first Indigenous edu-tech company. Its digital skills training platforms in fourth industrial revolution technologies are designed ...

Treaty road

In the four years since the Uluru Statement from the Heart was issued, some states are making progress along the path to treaty and the extensive stakeholder engagement that’s required.

Heal Country!

“We have an obligation to look after Country in accordance with traditional law and customs. It is our obligation to the old people, who also looked after it. It was on loan to us to pass on to our fu...

Developing sustainable and high impact NFPs for Indigenous Australians

First Nations non-profit leader and Fulbright Scholar Adam Davids MAICD set out to identify the attributes of not-for-profits that serve minorities that have a strong track record of high impact and s...

AICD launches new scholarships for Indigenous and regional business leaders

The Australian Institute of Company Directors (AICD) has announced two new scholarships for Indigenous business leaders and business leaders in regional, rural and remote areas.

AICD endorses major changes to governance in Aged Care

The AICD has lodged a Response to Counsel Assisting’s submission to the Royal Commission into Aged Care Quality and Safety.

AICD submission on insolvency reforms to support small business

On 12 October 2020, the AICD lodged a submission on the Corporations Amendment (Corporate Insolvency Reforms) Bill 2020 (Exposure Draft).

AICD submission on the CATSI Act

On 2 October 2020, the AICD lodged a submission with the National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA) regarding its review of the CATSI Act.

How the COVID-19 shutdown affected regional Indigenous communities

Arnhem Land Progress Aboriginal Corporation CEO Alastair King OAM shares how remote communities responded to the challenges of coronavirus shutdown.
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