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Latest news about NAIDOC Week, Awards, Grants and Posters
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2024 National NAIDOC Week Awards Ceremony

Tickets to 2024 National NAIDOC Week Awards Ceremony are going on sale!!

11/06/2024 | Awards

The National NAIDOC Week Awards Ceremony is being held on Saturday 6 July 2024 at the Adelaide Convention Centre in Tarndanya (Adelaide) on Kaurna Yerta (Country), South Australia.

Under this year’s theme of Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud, the National NAIDOC Week Awards celebrate the outstanding contributions, achievements and Blak excellence of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples across 10 award categories, including art, culture, education, sport, youth, Elders, innovation, environment and leadership. 

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NAIDOC Week 2024, ABC named official partner

ABC named official partner for 2024 NAIDOC Week

04/06/2024 | Partners

The National NAIDOC Committee and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation are delighted to announce the ABC will once again be the home of National NAIDOC Week celebrations as the Official Broadcast and Education Partner.

National NAIDOC Week 2024 will be held across the country from July 7-14, with the theme this year of Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud & Proud.

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2024 National NAIDOC Week Poster

The 2024 National NAIDOC Week Poster winner: Deborah (Deb) Belyea

08/05/2024 | Poster
Deborah Belyea is the winner of the 2024 NAIDOC Week Poster Competition. Deb's design captivated the National NAIDOC Committee and perfectly captured the meaning of the 2024 National NAIDOC Week theme Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud.
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2024 NAIDOC Week - Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud

New Committee Members appointed, Calls for National NAIDOC Award nominations, and 2024 NAIDOC Poster Competition open

25/01/2024 | Awards

The National NAIDOC Committee is delighted to announce the appointment of six new Committee members. The Committee also invites nominations for individuals and groups for the 2024 National NAIDOC Awards, and encourage First Nations artists to enter the 2024 National NAIDOC Week poster competition, celebrating this year’s theme, Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud and Proud.

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2024 NAIDOC Week theme, Blak, Loud and Proud

2024 NAIDOC week theme - 'Keep the fire burning! Blak, loud and proud'

17/01/2024 | Theme

The Albanese Government is pleased to announce the opening of $1.7 million in grants to support local communities and organisations to celebrate 2024 NAIDOC Week and the rich and diverse cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians.

Held across the country from 7-14 July 2024, NAIDOC Week will celebrate and recognise the history, culture and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

This year’s theme chosen by the National NAIDOC Committee, is Keep the Fire Burning! Blak, Loud & Proud.

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Co-Chair Aunty (Dr) Lynette Riley receives the Officer of the Order of Australia! Hear from Aunty Lyn about the importance of education

Co-Chair Aunty (Dr) Lynette Riley receives the Officer of the Order of Australia!  

13/06/2023 | Committee

Please join us in congratulating Aunty (Dr) Lynette Riley AO on receiving the Officer of the Order of Australia!  

Aunty Lyn is a distinguished educator, Wiradjuri and Gamilaroi Elder, and lifelong advocate for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people’s right and access to education.

She shares with us, the importance of education. Watch the video below to hear more from the incredible Aunty Lyn. 

 

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National NAIDOC Pop Up Shop

National NAIDOC Pop Up Shop!

12/06/2023 | Awards

This year, the National NAIDOC Committee, with the support of Inala Elders, is running a Pop up Shop for Mob looking for fabulous outfits to wear to NAIDOC Week events across Meanjin including the 2023 National NAIDOC Week Award Ceremony on Saturday 1 July! 

We have a range of deadly formal wear for everybody including accessories, jewellery, shoes, bags and so much more.  

Choose a complete outfit for $20!

Head to the Inala Elders Yarning Place at 76 Corsair Ave, Inala QLD 4077 on the following days between 10am - 2pm:  

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Thank you! 2023 National NAIDOC Week Award Ceremony tickets sold out!

Thank you! 2023 National NAIDOC Week Award Ceremony tickets sold out!

11/06/2023 | Awards

We are absolutely blown away by how quickly tickets to the 2023 National NAIDOC Week Award Ceremony sold out on Thursday! This was our largest release of tickets ever and we could not believe that we were sold out in 15 minutes. Thank you so much for loving NAIDOC as much as we do, we are all working so hard to make sure we bring you the best National NAIDOC Awards ever. You mob are too deadly.

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National NAIDOC Committee Partners with the ABC for 2023 National NAIDOC Week

National NAIDOC Committee and ABC announce broadcasting and education partnership celebrating Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander excellence 

05/06/2023 | Awards

The National NAIDOC Committee and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation are proud to announce that the ABC has been appointed the Official Broadcast and Education Partner of National NAIDOC Week 2023. 

The National NAIDOC Committee acknowledges the ABC’s long-time support of National NAIDOC Week which, this year, will run from Sunday 2 July through to Sunday 9 July. 

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Proudly Announcing the 2023 National NAIDOC Week Award Finalists

2023 National NAIDOC Week Award Finalists Announced!

18/05/2023 | Awards

The National NAIDOC Committee is proud to announce this year's National NAIDOC Week Award Finalists! Selected from a pool of almost 200 nominees, these finalists exemplify the spirit of NAIDOC, which is a week-long celebration of Blak excellence across the Country. 

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