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Cultural Links & Resources

Find out more from the different cultural organisations based both nationally and in South Australia.

Australian Government Services
News and initiatives including Aboriginal affairs.

Tandanya (National Aboriginal Cultural Institute)
Tandanya aims to foster understanding and appreciation of Aboriginal cultures, histories and contemporary issues through the Arts.

Australian Bureau of Statistics
Indigenous Statistics Unit.

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
AIATSIS is an independent Australian Government statutory authority devoted to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies. It is Australia's premier institution for information about the cultures and lifestyles of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation
Native Title support group. Background and information on some current issues such as Stolen Generations and Sorry Day.

Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research
Centre focusing on national Indigenous economic policy issues.

Yothu Yindi
Video clips, song samples, music, cultural and heritage and audio tracks. 

An Aboriginal Australian Internet search engine.

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Agency (CAAMA)
Provides communication and media services to Aboriginal people in central Australia and links to Aboriginal music associations.

Arts SA
All Arts SA grants are open to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) artists, arts workers and arts and cultural groups based in South Australia.

Australia Council for the Arts
The Australian Government's principal arts funding and advisory body.

Aboriginal Family Support Services
We believe that Aboriginal children should always live with their parents, or grandparents, uncles, aunts, brothers, sisters or cousins.

Aboriginal Drug and Alcohol Council of South Australia
Peak drug and alcohol advisory body in South Australia.

Aboriginal Catholic Ministry - The Otherway Centre
The Aboriginal Catholic Ministry is the name for the formal work of the Archdiocese of Adelaide with Indigenous people. This Ministry has grown out of the Aboriginal Catholic Community. 

Reconciliation Australia
Reconciliation Australia is the body established to provide a continuing national focus for reconciliation following the end of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation in December 2000.

Australian Broadcasting Commission

Message Stick - the new Aboriginal gateway for ABC TV and radio. Awesome links!

The Aboriginal Memorial 

Detailed look at key works of the National Gallery's collection and issues connected to the Aboriginal Memorial

Koori Mail

National Indigenous newspaper focusing on current issues

Koori Research Centre Monash University

Discussion papers and teaching programs on Australian Indigenous affairs and cultures

National Native Title Tribunal

Information on the Native Title process

Flinders University - Yunggorendi

Yunggorendi is the Kaurna word meaning "to impart knowledge, to communicate and to inform". Our centre is our home, our shelter, our support and is the seed for our future leaders

Centre for Aboriginal Studies in Music - University of Adelaide

Wirltu Yarlu - University of Adelaide

Wirltu Yarlu is the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Academic and Support Program of The University of Adelaide. The Director of Wirltu Yarlu is Roger Thomas.

Kumangka Aboriginal Youth Service

Streetwork Program - Every Friday and Saturday night Kumangka staff are out and about in Adelaide city. Look out for them if you're about

David Unaipon College of Indigenous Education and Research - University of South Australia

Here you will find general information about the School, its programs and staff as well as access to other areas of the University of South Australia and external websites

Aboriginal Hostels Australia

Aboriginal Hostels Limited (AHL) is the premier provider of temporary accommodation for Indigenous Australians. 2013 AHL celebrated 40 years of service delivery.


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