We envision a future Australia where Indigenous nations can pursue and exercise their right to self-determination and economic development through strong self–governance. We know that practical, effective and culturally legitimate governance is the fundamental building block for delivering real change.
The Australian Indigenous Governance Institute is recruiting for two roles: Executive Assistant/Office Manager and Research and Development Officer.
Check out our Governance Watch page for detailed position descriptions and application information.
2014 Indigenous Governance Awards Finalists interview highlights
The Indigenous Governance Awards exemplify strong governance. In this video clip the 2014 Awards Finalists discuss their governance experiences.
The Indigenous Governance Toolkit is a free online resource developed to support Indigenous nations, communities, individuals and organisations to strengthen their governance in ways that are meaningful to them.
Voices of Our Success Executive Overview Released
We are delighted to release Voices of Our Success Executive Overview. The Overview presents innovations and emerging trends identified in our analysis of the governance solutions of the top ranked 2014 Indigenous Governance Awards applicants.
Welcome to the Australian Indigenous Governance Institute. AIGI is an independent, non-government, not-for-profit organisation that is a centre of knowledge and excellence in governance.
What We Do
AIGI connects Indigenous groups, individuals and organisations to world-class best-practice expertise and knowledge, with a focus on building sustainable, effective and legitimate governance on the ground.
Our cover photo
The Australian Indigenous Governance Institute thanks 2012 Indigenous Governance Award finalist Warlpiri Youth Development Aboriginal Corporation (WYDAC) for use of the photo on this page.