Partners

Annamila Pty Ltd 

  • The Annamila Foundation supports AIGI’s core operational and staffing structure.

Academy of the Social Sciences in AustraliaASSA logo

  • The Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia provided significant support for the 2017 Common Roots Conference.

BHP BillitonBHP logo 

  • BHP Billiton provided significant support for the 2017 Common Roots Conference.  

FaHCSIAAusGovHousing

  • 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.

Foundation for Young AustraliansFYA

  • FYA provided pro-bono support to AIGI.

GHDGHD

  • Michael Bissell on behalf of GHD has provided ongoing support to AIGI.

Herbert Smith FreehillsHERBSMITH

  • Herbert Smith Freehills provided AIGI with pro-bono legal advice.

AUSGOV_INFRASTRUCTUREInfrastructure Australia

  • Infrastructure Australia provided funding to assist with the establishment of AIGI.

LOWITJALowitja Institute for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Research

  • The Lowitja Institute has provided generous pro bono office accommodation and technical support.

National Centre of Indigenous Excellence AnnamilaNATCENTREINDIGEXC

  • NCIE provided considerable logistical and meeting support during AIGI’s establishment phase.

National Centre for Indigenous Studies at the Australian National UniversityNCIS logo

  • 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.  

National Congress of Australia’s First PeoplesNATCONGRESS

  • 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, USANNI logo

  • The Native Nations Institute at the University of Arizona, USA provided significant support for the 2017 Common Roots Conference.

PricewaterhouseCoopers Indigenous ConsultingPWC 

  • 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.

Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal CorporationQYAC logo

The Quandamooka Yoolooburrabee Aboriginal Corporation provided significant support for the 2017 Common Roots Conference.  

Queensland State GovernmentQLD gov logo 

  • The Queensland State Government provided significant support for the 2017 Common Roots Conference.  

Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan                        Quinn Emanuel Logo 2014

  • AIGI was located in the Quinn Emanuel Sydney office 2014-16. 

Reconciliation AustraliareconAus

  • 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.

Richmond Football ClubRICHMOND

  • The Richmond Football Club has provided the AIGI with use of facilities.

Rio Tinto Aboriginal Fundriotinto

  • The Rio Tinto Aboriginal Fund provided funding to assist with the establishment of AIGI.

Social Ventures AustraliaSOCIALVENTURES

  • Social Ventures Australia funded a comprehensive consultation process relating to the establishment of AIGI. 

State Library of QueenslandQLD state library 

  • The State Library of Queensland provided significant support for the 2017 Common Roots Conference Delegates Welcome Function.

Acknowledgements

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

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