Information, Links and Contacts for Organisations Supporting Aboriginal People
The AEC works with and respects many organisations following are links to sites that may be interest or useful.
Nyini Australiagal budjari garibara
Nyini budjari buriga
Budjari bamul yararaga mari walaba
Bamulga mari walanmirang
Bamul merong mari kaban walaba badjajarang waratah
Yanamuru Australiagal yanamuru Australiagal
Yana budjari Australiagal
Nyini bayala gawuwi bayala gawuwi
Yana budjari Australiagal
The AEC was proud to be a part of this fantastic project developed by Lynette Riley, Janet Mooney and Deirdre Howard-Wagner and the University of Sydney.
In the view of the AEC this program should be mandatory for anyone working in the field of education, health, welfare and justice.
It is also a wonderful starting point for anyone interested in Aboriginal culture.
This project is designed to reduce the number of Aboriginal children and young people inside the NSW prison system
The MLC provides accredited speakers to offer a Welcome or Acknowledgement of Country. It also provides information on local Clans, their languages, Nations and borders in the Sydney region.
This program reflects the research undertaken by the AEC and the establishment of its own trial mentoring program.
The NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Inc. promotes respect, empowerment and self-determination and believes the process of collaborative consultation is integral to equal partnership and is fundamental to the achievement of equality.
The NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group Inc. advocates cultural affirmation, integrity and the pursuit of equality to ensure that the unique and diverse identity of Aboriginal students is recognised and valued.
BOSTES brings together the curriculum, teaching, assessment, registration and policy functions previously provided by the Board of Studies NSW, and the NSW Institute of Teachers.
Aboriginal Affairs NSW works with Aboriginal communities to promote social, economic and cultural wellbeing through opportunity, choice, healing, responsibility and empowerment.
Federal Department of Indigenous Affairs
Since 2013, at a national level, the Department of Indigenous Affairs has been located within the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. Currently the Minister responsible of Indigenous affairs is the Prime Minister the Hon. Malcolm Turnbull who is supported in the role by the Federal Cabinet Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Senator Nigel Scullion and the Parliamentary Secretary Assisting the Prime Minister of Indigenous Affairs, Alan Tudge together with Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council.
Under the guidance of their expert storytelling team, young people work with volunteer tutors to write stories of all kinds, which are then published in as many ways as possible.
Young people leave with the skills and confidence essential for future success.