SVA has a vision of a reconciled Australia, in which substantive rights and opportunities are guaranteed for all Australians. Achieving this goal requires institutional, policy, service and funding change – all with a focus on increasing First Australians’ capacity for self-determination and self-governance.
Malpa is an Aboriginal controlled organisation that promotes health and wellbeing among Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal young people and communities.Read more
AIME’s goal is to work with 10,000 Indigenous kids per year by 2018 and see them finish school at the same rate as every Australian child.Read more
Marnin Studio is an arts and therapeutic studio operating out of the Marninwarntikura Women’s Resource Centre in Fitzroy Crossing.Read more
First Australians perspective paper
We have developed an evidence-informed perspective on the actions required to achieve reconciliation, underpinned by an understanding of what works to drive better outcomes.Download
Healthy country, healthy people
Analyses of five Indigenous Protected Areas (IPAs) across regional and remote Australia demonstrate the social and cultural co-benefits of Indigenous land management initiatives.Read more
Engaging with Indigenous communities
Exploring the Martu people’s deep connection to country through a Social Return on Investment analysis.Read more
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