Common Ground is a small not-for-profit that draws on First Nations community, creativity and innovation to achieve incredible reach and impact.
of people agree that Common Ground deepens their understanding of First Nations knowledge and cultures.
Common Ground web based resources have been viewed over 1 million times.
young people participated in the First Nations Bedtime Stories initiative at school in 2020.
of participants are extremely likely to recommend the First Nations Bedtime Stories initiative to a friend.
Made five educational resources mapped to the Early Learning and Primary Curriculum. Filmed ten Dreaming stories in six First Languages.
Dreamy is a collection of sleep stories created by First Nations storytellers. These soothing tales will help people of all walks of life to quiet their minds, connect with our land, and drift off into dream. First Nations people are the original storytellers.
Facing the Numbers explores the human stories behind the statistics of First Nations disadvantage in the criminal justice system. We are working with First Nations filmmakers to share the stories of individuals and families. Facing the Numbers is a systemic advocacy campaign and we are collaborating with First Nations justice organisations to drive meaningful action. Watch this space!
The First Nations Bedtime Stories is a key project from Common Ground, designed to maintain and strengthen First Nations cultures. Each year we work with First Nations Elders and knowledge custodians to share non-secret Dreaming stories with the next generation of Australians through short films.