A site developed by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation for presenting indigenous news in a magazine style format. The site is media intensive and a variety of indigenous themes may be explored through the use of online articles, graphic imagery and streamed audio and video. The site includes links to the pages of other indigenous ABC television and radio programmes.
Aboriginal Studies Virtual Library
This site is a gateway to an extensive number of resources relating to Aboriginal Studies. The site is maintained regularly and all links are evaluated by the webmaster.
Agreements, Treaties and Negotiated Settlements Project
The ATNS (Agreements, treaties and negotiated settlements) project was established in 2002 to examine the processes for formulating treaties and agreements between indigenous and non-indigenous groupings and organisations. This project works closely with researchers and organisations to examine existing treaty and settlement agreements, and to establish considerations for implementing future agreements.
Australian Deaths in Custody
Information presented by the Australian Institute and Criminology detailing Australian Deaths in Custody. This information is available in report form and is downloadable from the site.
The Australian Institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
AIATSIS is an independent Commonwealth Government statutory authority devoted to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander studies. Their website has been extensively developed and provides information relating to the function of the organisation, and the means for users to access and utilise the available resources. The site includes a description of the archives held at AITSIS, access to an online catalogue for the library, publications, details of research priorities and projects, contact lists, and other useful information.
Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation
ANTaR is an apolitical network of concerned Australian organisations and individuals supporting reconciliation and justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. ANTaR is largely non-indigenous and seeks to support Indigenous people rather than to represent them.
National Centre for Indigenous Studies at the Australian National University
The National Centre for Indigenous Studies (NCIS) is a research centre established to study Indigenous issues in historical, cultural, legal, economic and political contexts. Subsequent to this, appropriate public policy objectives and strategies may be identified.
The centre particularly also aims to encourage indigenous engagement in the research of these issues and to promote useful strategies in which the objectives of reconciliation may be realised through dialogue and cooperation with the non-Indigenous community.
Australian Centre for Indigenous History at the Australian National University
The Australian Centre for Indigenous History (ACIH) is a research centre established at the Australian National University. The centre focuses on Indigenous history, both before and after European settlement. It also provides support for research, including administering PhD programmes, and promotes opportunities for scholars to develop Indigenous history as an ongoing, viable and relevant research discipline.
European Network for Indigenous Australian Rights
ENIAR is a European-based organisation supporting indigenous Australians, reconciliation and social justice outcomes. ENIAR attempts to promote awareness of Australian indigenous issues in Europe, and to provide information for indigenous Australians about Europe.
Gadigal Koori Radio
The web site of an indigenous radio station based in Sydney. Koori Radio is part of the broader network established by the Gadigal Corporation. The site includes a programme guide and links to streaming content.
Garma Festival of Traditional Culture
The website of the Garma Festival of Traditional Culture, a celebration of the cultural inheritance of the Yolngu people, the Indigenous Aboriginal Australians of Northeast Arnhem Land. The Garma ceremony has as its purpose the sharing of knowledge and culture, and the opening of hearts to the message of the land at Gukula.
The Lingiari Foundation is an organisation that promotes the advancement of reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians. This encompasses social, political and economic goals in which existing disparities between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people are sought to be minimised. It also seeks to highlight appropriate cultural values and to promote mutual respect between the indigenous and non-indigenous communities.
National Indigenous Times
This site outlines news and current events in the Australian indigenous community. Includes news and sports pages, a heavily maintained blog, and a substantial links page.
The website of the independent, non-profit body established by the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation to provide a continuing national focus for Reconciliation after the Council ended its work in December 2000. It archives the publications and other work of the Council.
Stolen Generations Alliance
The Stolen Generations Alliance is a grouping of indigenous and non-indigenous Australians promoting reconciliation and the resolution of social justice issues for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. SG Alliance particularly highlights the issue of the Stolen Generations.
Stolen Generations Victoria
A Victoria based website providing support and information for those affected by the assimilation policies of previous Australian governments. The website includes further links, contacts, publications and news items.
The links on this website are intended to provide reliable information on various themes related to the study of bigotry. None are run by the Freilich Foundation, and the Foundation is not responsible for their content. Any comments about the suitability of these links - or suggestions for new ones - should be directed to the Freilich Foundation.