Australia shamed by trip to UN

On Thursday evening on 8th July 2021, the Australian Government appeared before the United Nations’ Human Rights Council to formally respond to the 5-yearly peer review of our nation’s human rights performance – a process termed the Universal Periodic Review. The...

Celebrate NAIDOC 2021

Welcome to NAIDOC Week. NAIDOC stands for ‘National Aborigines and Islanders Day Observance Committee’, but similar to other acronyms such as BMW, VW and ANZAC, the term NAIDOC has now come to develop a life and meaning of its own – one that is firmly and fondly...

Birthing in Our Community

PeakCare invites you to join us for a virtual seminar on an inspirational initiative providing a holistic approach to pre and post natal care for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women and their babies. Like all mothers, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander...

NAIDOC Week events not to be missed

NAIDOC Week is an opportunity to sit down and reflect on the value that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and culture bring to communities. This ‘Celebrating Community-Owned Initiatives’ webinar on Friday, 9th July 9.30am – 10.45am hosted...

For NAIDOC Week – From the Heart needs YOU

The Uluru Statement From the Heart is just a few hundred signatures away from the goal of proving Australians support Indigenous self-determination. Encourage a colleague, friend, family member or community member to sign in support of giving the First Peoples of...