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NAIDOC Committee - thanks to our 2019 sponsors and partners

05/07/2019 | Committee
The National NAIDOC Awards are a significant event on the NAIDOC Week calendar. 

Sultan, Donovan, Anu and The Merindas headline 2019 National NAIDOC Awards

03/07/2019 | Awards
A glittering line-up of some of this country’s most iconic Indigenous musicians and entertainers will perform at the prestigious National NAIDOC Awards in Canberra this weekend.
Supporting Indigenous business

Indigenous businesses power National NAIDOC Week celebrations

28/06/2019 | Committee
Indigenous businesses are playing a more prominent role in this year’s NAIDOC celebrations than ever before, reflecting the important roles they play in their communities.
2019 National NAIDOC Poster Available Now at Woolworths Supermarkets

NAIDOC welcomes partnership with Woolworths Group on poster distribution

19/06/2019 | Poster
The National NAIDOC Committee has welcomed a partnership with the Woolworths Group that will assist in the Australia-wide distribution of the 2019 NAIDOC Poster. 
National NAIDOC Committee partners with SBS

NAIDOC and SBS announce partnership to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander excellence and education

12/06/2019 | Awards
The National NAIDOC Committee is proud to partner with SBS as the official Principal Media Partner for the next three years.
NAIDOC Week Teachers Resource and Teaching Ideas

NAIDOC education resources support teachers and communities

07/06/2019 | Resources
NAIDOC Committee releases new education resources following a staggering uptake in 2018.

2019 Teaching Resources

05/06/2019 | Resources
For me education is central to all we do in ensuring truth telling and making sure all people have the real facts about Aboriginal people’s cultures and histories of contact in Australia.

2019 National NAIDOC Awards Ceremony Sold Out

31/05/2019 | Awards
Thank-you for your interest in the 2019 National NAIDOC Awards. Tickets have now sold out for the event! The countdown is now on to the Gala Event held in Canberra on Saturday 6 July 2019. Stay tuned for special announcements in the lead up to the Awards.  For those attending, please email any dietaries or access requirements to info@33creative.com.au before Monday 24 June 2019.

Tickets to the National NAIDOC awards ceremony on sale soon!

24/05/2019 | Awards
Are you ready to purchase your tickets? Tickets for the 2019 National NAIDOC Awards ceremony will go on sale at 11am (AEST) on Thursday 30 May, 2019. The Awards Ceremony is the premier event on the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Calendar. To kick off NAIDOC Week, the 2019 National NAIDOC Awards will be announced at a gala black tie ceremony at the National Convention Centre in Canberra. Doors open at 6pm on Saturday 6 July 2019.

Charmaine Mumbulla, winner of the NAIDOC 2019 poster competition

20/05/2019 | Poster
Charmaine Mumbulla is the winner of the prestigious National NAIDOC poster competition for 2019. Charmaine cares deeply about the 2019 National NAIDOC theme, and about the celebration of Indigenous art and history. 
NAIDOC 2019 poster winner

2019 NAIDOC week poster winner

15/05/2019 | Poster
Charmaine Mumbulla, a proud Kaurna and Narungga woman, is this year’s winner of the prestigious National NAIDOC Poster Competition. Ms Mumbulla’s artwork ‘Awaken’ was judged by the National NAIDOC Committee to have best captured the spirit of the 2019 NAIDOC theme: Voice. Treaty. Truth – Let’s work together for a shared future.

Why celebrating our success matters?

25/03/2019 | Awards
The 2019 National NAIDOC award nominations are currently still open!   As part of the National NAIDOC Committee (NNC) I took a moment to reflect on why these awards are so important. Do awards still matter? Does the wider community pay attention to them really?