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    Supply Nation

    Supply Nation formerly known as AIMSC (the Australian Indigenous Minority Supplier Council) is Australia’s premier business-to-business membership body dedicated to growing diversity within the supply chain. Supply Nation’s goal is to connect Australian corporate and government organisations with Indigenous business suppliers who are already achieving success or have the potential to develop into vibrant, vital businesses. […]

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    Korin Gamadji Institute

    The centre delivers a range of activity together with its pathway partners ensuring outcomes within a space that celebrates cultural pride and supports our next generation of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander leaders along their journey.

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    Aboriginal Employment Strategy Ltd.

    The Aboriginal Employment Strategy (AES) is a 100% Indigenous managed, national, not -for -profit Recruitment Company. Being wholly Indigenous gives us the “know how” to match the right career seekers to the right opportunities, to achieve great retention rates .No other recruitment organisation offers this kind of expertise, commitment and value. We achieve great results […]

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    Torres Strait Heritage

    Liberty and Vanessa Seekee are part of a 5th generation Torres Strait Family, with Liberty’s family being merchants, Sea Captains and Pearl Divers.  Vanessa has been in the Torres Strait since 1994, when she arrived in the area as a teacher, they married in 1999, and have two children.  They designed the tours and museum […]

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    Aboriginal Medical Services Alliance Northern Territory

    AMSANT is proud of the great clinical work that is happening every day at our 26 Member Services across the NT and we are committed to supporting and strengthening those services and their delivery of primary health care to Aboriginal people. Aboriginal community control has proved to be the most effective way of providing comprehensive […]

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    North Australian Aboriginal Justice Agency

    NAAJA is contracted by the Commonwealth Attorney General’s Department (AGD) to provide Criminal and Civil Law services to Aboriginal people and their families in the Top End of the Northern Territory. We are also funded annually by the AGD to provide services in the following program areas: Advocacy and Community Legal Education Indigenous Prisoner Throughcare […]

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    Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia Inc.

    ALSWA developed from the Justice Committee of the New Era Aboriginal Fellowship Inc. in the late 1960s. The Justice Committee comprised Aboriginal people, lawyers and other interested people. At that time there were no legal services in Western Australia that met the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. ALSWA is currently the largest […]

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    Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia

    The Aboriginal Health Council of Western Australia is here to: Act as a forum for the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health care and related services throughout Western Australia Develop networks with the relevant federal and state government bodies and community organisations Provide research, policy development, strategic planning and advice on relevant Aboriginal health and related issues […]

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    Aboriginal Heritage Tasmania

    Aboriginal Heritage Tasmania (AHT) is a division of the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment.  AHT aims to protect, conserve and promote Tasmania’s unique Aboriginal heritage, while adopting a partnership approach with Aboriginal community organisations.  Tasmania’s Aboriginal cultural heritage provides a spiritual connection for Tasmanian Aboriginal people today and valuable information about one […]