Check out this page for information about how to get involved in Reconciliation Week at the University of Melbourne.
The University's ceremonial possum skin cloak welcomes students and portrays learning and personal journeys, it is on display at the Baillieu Library during Reconciliation Week
The number of people able to experience Billibellary's Walk is set to increase with the launch of a new smartphone app in March 2015.
Calling University of Melbourne staff interested in being part of a Reading Group which has as its focus books by Indigenous authors. Join us on 16 November to discuss Sovereign Subjects: Indigenous Sovereignty Matters, Edited by Aileen Moreton Robinson
We would love to hear from you!
Celebrating Indigenous Female Entrepreneurs
**NAIDOC Week panel discussion** To mark NAIDOC Week, and in keeping with this year’s theme (Because of Her, We Can!), the Melbourne Entrepreneurial Centre will be celebrating the achievements of women entrepreneurs…
Self-Determination and the Sharing of Dreams: Maori and Aboriginal Australians Telling Stories
Moana Jackson has said he wishes to see the world's Indigenous Peoples "at home in country, and at home in the world". In this 10th annual Dungala Kaiela Oration, Moana Jackson will…
2018 Indigenous Higher Education Conference
The 2018 Indigenous Higher Education Conference is a forum for educators, researchers, policymakers, students and the community to share information and knowledge on how best to support and improve educational outcomes for…