NAIDOC WEEK 7-14 JULY 2019
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Latest news about NAIDOC Week, Awards, Grants and Posters

Gordon Cole, Kimberley Benjamin, Steve Satour

Meet the new NAIDOC Committee members!

08/10/2018 | Committee
Three new members were warmly welcomed onto the National NAIDOC Committee (NNC) recently as preparations for NAIDOC Week 2019 got underway. Kimberley Benjamin, Gordon Cole and Steven Satour joined other NNC members in Canberra back in September at the first NAIDOC planning meeting of the Committee post NAIDOC 2018. NAIDOC Co-Chairs John Paul Janke and Pat Thompson said that the Committee was excited to welcome new members who each bring experiences, skills and a strong passion for NAIDOC.
Kimberley Benjamin, Steve Satour and Godron Cole

National NAIDOC Committee welcomes new members

19/09/2018 | Committee
The National NAIDOC Committee has welcomed three new members to its ranks as planning commence for NAIDOC 2019.  The new board members are: 
2018 National NAIDOC Committee

Join the National NAIDOC Committee

03/08/2018 | Committee
Are you interested in setting the direction for national NAIDOC Week celebrations? Do you have the skills, passion and networks to help us drive and grow the celebrations?
Marlee Hutton

Marlee Hutton - Marine Scientist

17/07/2018 | Theme
I am a Bardi Jawi woman from the Kimberley, I grew up in Broome and spent a lot of time around the ocean.  While growing up my Nana Lexie would always encouraged me to find a career that made me happy and to find a way to bring my career back home to country.  Every moment spent with her was a lesson, she was a determined, very hard working woman who lived through a difficult time in Australian history.  I am always amazed at how her strength allowed her to overcome her disadvantages and provide her children and grandchildren
2018 Award Winners

Prominent Aboriginal leaders top 2018 National NAIDOC Awards list

13/07/2018 | Awards
The outstanding achievements and enormous contributions of two of this nation’s most prominent Indigenous women were among those recognised at the 2018 National NAIDOC Awards held in Sydney this evening.
John Paul Janke, NAIDOC Committee

John Paul Janke, NAIDOC Committee

11/07/2018 | Committee
John Paul Janke co-host of NITV Australia's The Point, once read a quote which perfectly sums up his mother Joanna Jaima Janke (or ‘Nana JJ’ as his family calls her).  “My mother is the bones of my spine, keeping me straight and true. She is my blood, making sure it runs rich and strong. She is the beating of my heart.” I simply cannot imagine where I’d be with my mother influence and guidance in my life. 
Patricia Conlon, NAIDOC Committee

Patricia Conlon, NAIDOC Committee

11/07/2018 | Committee
My name is Patricia Conlon, my family are from Cherbourg Aboriginal township approximately 350 kms northwest of Brisbane.  
Rayleen with quandong tree

Rayleen Brown - Co-Founder and Owner of Kanga's Can Cook

11/07/2018 | Theme
Rayleen Brown’s story is a story of humble beginnings, hard work and passion. Born in Darwin.  Travelling up and down the Territory with her parents and siblings to follow the work.  From Wave Hill to Adelaide River to Leanyer to Humpty Doo.  Learning all the while.
Shannan Dodson, NAIDOC Committee Member

Shannan Dodson, NAIDOC Committee

09/07/2018 | Committee
Because of these women, I can!  Shannan Dodson a Yawuru (Broome area) woman who was born in Katherine in the NT talks about her Aunty Patricia Dodson-Jauncey.
Ngarra Murray, NAIDOC Committee Member

Ngarra Murray, NAIDOC Committee

06/07/2018 | Committee
Because of these women, I can! Ngarra Murray NAIDOC Committee member, comes from a long line of strong black Yorta Yorta (Wallithica) women.

Because of her, we can! - Cherisse Buzzacott

03/07/2018 | Theme
This years theme celebrates the essential role that women have played - and continue to play - as active and significant role models at the community, local, state and national levels.
Jessa Rogers

Because of her, we can! - Dr Jessa Rogers

27/06/2018 | Theme
This years theme celebrates the essential role that women have played - and continue to play - as active and significant role models at the community, local, state and national levels.

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