Resources

Australian Indigenous Governance masterclass

Women in Governance

Factsheet

The number of women in important governing roles in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nations, communities and organisations is growing.

But just like in the wider non-Indigenous Australian environment, challenges remain for women in Indigenous governance settings. These challenges are not just about the numbers; that is, equal representation of women reflected in membership, governance leadership, or organisational staffing and membership.

Related resources

Publication

Summary – Webinar: Governing through Crisis

AIGI held a webinar on Wednesday 13th May with Guest speakers Sarah Brown ( CEO, Purple House), Pat Turner (CEO, NACCHO) and Peter Murray (Deputy Chair, 10 Deserts Project, CEO Yanunijarra Aboriginal Corporation) …
Publication

OUR PEOPLE, OUR WAY: STORIES OF INDIGENOUS GOVERNANCE SUCCESS

A new AIGI publication presents real world stories of governance co-authored with six finalists of the Indigenous Governance Awards program. …
Report

To be heard and for the words to have actions: Traditional Owner voices report.

Traditional Owner voices: improving government relationships and supporting strong foundations. …

International Indigenous Governance Conference

The Australian Indigenous Governance Institute will co-convene the inaugural International Indigenous Governance Conference  ‘Self-determination through Self-governance’ with Reconciliation Australia in Brisbane from 15th to 18th March 2020.   …