Annamila Pty Ltd
- The Annamila Foundation supports AIGI’s core operational and staffing structure.
- The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia provided significant support for the 2017 Common Roots Conference.
- BHP Billiton provided significant support for the 2017 Common Roots Conference.
- The Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs provided funding towards the establishment of AIGI, the development of a business plan and a number of activities of the business plan.
- FYA provided pro-bono support to AIGI.
- Michael Bissell on behalf of GHD has provided ongoing support to AIGI.
- Herbert Smith Freehills provided AIGI with pro-bono legal advice.
- Infrastructure Australia provided funding to assist with the establishment of AIGI.
- The Lowitja Institute has provided generous pro bono office accommodation and technical support.
- NCIE provided considerable logistical and meeting support during AIGI’s establishment phase.
- AIGI and the National Centre for Indigenous Studies at the Australian National University have formed a collaborative partnership to support Indigenous governance research and development.
- AIGI and the National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples have formed a partnership to explore effective governance in Indigenous communities.
- The Native Nations Institute at the University of Arizona, USA provided significant support for the 2017 Common Roots Conference.
- PwC’s Indigenous Consulting has provided pro-bono resources to AIGI including meeting and events space.
In addition to work provided under contract for the development of a Business Plan for AIGI PwC Indigenous Consulting provided in-kind resources to ensure a high quality product was produced for AIGI.
The Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation provided significant support for the 2017 Common Roots Conference.
- The Queensland State Government provided significant support for the 2017 Common Roots Conference.
- AIGI was located in the Quinn Emanuel Sydney office 2014-16.
- Reconciliation Australia is a key partner of AIGI and has assisted with AIGI’s development by providing pro-bono auspicing arrangements.
Reconciliation Australia and AIGI continue to work together on the development of the Indigenous Governance Toolkit and the Indigenous Governance Awards.
- The Richmond Football Club has provided the AIGI with use of facilities.
- The Rio Tinto Aboriginal Fund provided funding to assist with the establishment of AIGI.
- Social Ventures Australia funded a comprehensive consultation process relating to the establishment of AIGI.
- The State Library of Queensland provided significant support for the 2017 Common Roots Conference Delegates Welcome Function.
AIGI gratefully acknowledges
- All photographs on the AIGI website taken by Wayne Quilliam
- Use of all photographs from the 2012 Indigenous Governance Awards courtesy of Reconciliation Australia
- The Board of the Warlpiri Youth Development Aboriginal Corporation, (Mt Theo Program) for our home page photo
- AIGI web design by Sista Girl Productions
- AIGI web content by Jason Eades, Eades Consulting Group
- AIGI brand development by Gilimbaa