Applications are now open for membership of the National NAIDOC Committee.
This is an exciting opportunity to be part of setting the national direction for NAIDOC Week celebrations across the country over the next decade.
The National NAIDOC Committee is pleased to announce Facebook Australia as an Official Sponsor of National NAIDOC Week 2021.
After the cancellation of the National NAIDOC Awards 2021 in Mparntwe (Alice Springs), the National NAIDOC Committee and our key partners had been working towards a gala Awards Ceremony at the Sydney Opera House on Saturday 3 July.
However, following the recent announcements by the NSW Premier and increasing health risk, we have had to take the unfortunate decision to postpone this ceremony.
NAIDOC Week will still be held from 4-11 July.
The annual NAIDOC Week Teaching resources are now available from SBS Learn.
The NAIDOC Week teaching resource is full of activities and links to assist teachers and their students to reflect on this year’s theme, ‘Heal Country!’.
These resources were authored by Shelley Ware and developed by SBS Learn with support from NAIDOC Committee member Associate Professor Lynette Riley.
The 2021 teaching resources cover subject areas of English, HASS, The Arts and Science for students in Foundation to Year 10.
We regret to announce that we have decided to cancel the National NAIDOC Awards ceremony scheduled for Mparntwe (Alice Springs) on Saturday 3 July 2021.
The decision was made in consultation with the Alice Springs NAIDOC Committee and our key stakeholders in light of escalating community concerns and emerging issues about COVID-19.
Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to be a concern for communities around Australia.
This NAIDOC Week, let’s keep our mob safe by making sure our events and celebrations are held in a COVIDSafe way.
Check your State and Territory website
All States and territories have public health measures in place to stop the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19) in the community.
If you are holding a large-scale event, you may need to work with the authorities in your state or territory and submit a COVIDSafe Event plan.
Gubbi Gubbi artist Maggie-Jean Douglas has won the 2021 National NAIDOC Poster competition from a record 260 entries.
Maggie-Jean describes herself as ‘a proud murri’. Her mob is Gubbi Gubbi from the Sunshine Coast region of Queensland though she grew up on Goreng Goreng Country and has been living on Ngunnawal Country for the past three years.
Maggie-Jean has always ‘had an appreciation for anything that involved creating’ and her earliest memories of being inspired by art came from her Aunty’s artworks.