Sharing First Nations cultures, histories and lived experiences 

We are working towards a society that celebrates and embraces our First Peoples


Kinship Systems

Kinship is a term that is used to describe how people relate to one another in different cultures. In Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, the concept of kinship is complex, and has wide implications in Indigenous life and social structure.
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'The Dreaming'

The 'Dreaming' or the 'Dreamtime' is an Indigenous-Australian oral history of the world and its creation.
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Aboriginal, Indigenous or First Nations?

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, Indigenous, Aboriginal, Aborigine, Blackfella, First Nations or First Australians - what's the appropriate term?
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Connection to Country

Land is of great significance to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The living environment goes beyond physical elements, and is fundamental to our identity.
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