The IMW and its strategic partners are dedicated to the development and advancement of culturally appropriate and inclusive geospatial technologies for Indigenous leadership, agencies, and communities to support Indigenous rights and interests.
Funding and grant programs have been developed to help communities recover from the recent bushfires and other disasters.
You can easily find these programs through our funding and grants database.
National Native Title Conference 2020 postponed
The National Native Title Conference 2020 is being convened by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies and NTSCORP, hosted by the Minjungbal Bundjalung people on their Country in Tweed Heads, New South Wales.
The National Native Title Conference 2020 has been postponed to October 18-21, 2020, as a result of the changing and widespread impacts of COVID-19.
Call for papers is open until 29 May.
The Native Title Research Unit is researching how young people are participating in native title organisations.
We are looking for PBCs that involve young people in their work through youth forums, youth advisory committees, identified youth board positions or others.
If your organisation is interested in the project, please contact Stacey Little on (02) 6261 4227 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Funding round for PBCs open from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C). If your PBC is looking for funding for building capacity, resourcing for economic development, training and services, or direct support for agreement making, you can apply for the PBC Capacity Building Funding now.
Any PBC can apply and there is no closing date for the funding.
For further information, including an application form, please visit the NIAA website.