Programs & Campaigns
Elders in Residence
EiR is designed to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander families from the ground up. The program is offering knowledge sharing, mentoring and support to nurture, empower and rebuild our people.
For non-Indigenous people, the EiR program encourages institutions and organisations to level up and engage in truth telling about Kulumbirigin Country.
Save Lee PointLearn more about our campaign here
Lee Point known by Traditional Owners as Binybara is under imminent threat of destruction. Defence Housing Australia develop on land that holds significant cultural heritage.
Protect Middle ArmLearn more about our campaign here
The Larrakia Want You VaccinatedSee our work here.
Led by Kulumbirigin Danggalaba Elders and supported by AMSANT, we led a campaign combating the misinformation about COVID-19 vaccinations.
Why activist Mililma May changed her vote on the voiceListen here
On this episode of Blak Matters, the CEO of Uprising of the People, speaks with Teela & MC about her work, her own experience of being arrested during a peaceful protest, and her journey in changing her vote in the referendum on the First Nations Voice to parliament.
It's official: The Voice referendum is onListen here
Australians are one step closer to voting on an Indigenous Voice to Parliament with the Senate passing the laws required to put on the referendum.
For the Voice to be enacted, more than half of Australians will have to vote "yes" nationwide and four out of six of the states will also have to have a "yes" majority.
We speak to First Nations people with different views on the Voice
Better Together with Tahnee MaxwellListen here
Journalism student at Griffith University interviews our CEO Mililma May about COVID vaccines in the NT.
Hack on Triple J - NT Youth Justice LawsListen in from 16 mins here
The Northern Territory government has suggested harsh new measures to crack down on juvenile offenders.
Interview with CEO Mililma May about youth justice laws in NT.
Hack on Triple J - BLMListen here
It's been a year since the words "I can't breathe" were broadcast around the world, as George Floyd was murdered by a police officer.
It sparked a huge movement which is still going - but has it changed anything for First Nations people in Australia.
All our work is done on Country with community, for our Country and community.
We want to thank everyone who has supported us, walked with us and allowed us to share our knowledge with you.
Our relationships with one another is what allows us to nurture the significant relationships between Elders, Country and Young People.