SPECIAL REPORT: Reconciliation Action Plans are used by hundreds of organisations across Australia to deliver better outcomes. Click through to our Indigenous Development feature.
SPECIAL REPORT: Helen Milroy believes courage, effort, and collaboration are needed to help heal intergenerational trauma suffered by indigenous Australians.
SPECIAL REPORT: Barry McGuire says Redspear Safety’s recent emergence has been built on tailoring its offering to what customers need.
SPECIAL REPORT: Ken Wyatt has overcome numerous challenges on the path to becoming the most powerful advocate for Aboriginal Australians.
SPECIAL REPORT: Carol Innes is heartened by the positive steps already taken towards reconciliation, despite the enormous amount of ground still to be covered.
SPECIAL REPORT: Len Collard has embraced his destiny to educate a broad audience about Noongar culture and history.
SPECIAL REPORT: Among her many talents, Glenda Kickett is drawing on her sports experience to boost school attendance rates for indigenous girls.
SPECIAL REPORT: Clontarf Foundation, The Graham (Polly) Farmer Foundation, The Girls Academy, and Glass Jar Australia.
Recent years have seen a growing awareness that the keys to Indigenous advancement and development are broader than social programmes and government policy. While these remain key enablers, increasing prosperity and the engagement of Indigenous people in the economy has become a stronger focus.<
According to Reconciliation Australia there has been an increase in organisations taking real action to support reconciliation. These are encouraging trends for all Australians.
One of the most sustained and important areas for Indigenous development through the University of Western Australia has been in education. The ongoing success of tertiary education has yielded many Indigenous scholars across a variety of professional courses.
Macmahon has a long history designing traineeships and development programs for Indigenous people through our Doorn-Djil Yoordaning business.