International Women’s Day came early to NCIE with SEDA College hosting their inaugural IWD breakfast on Tuesday 5 March 2019.
Yabun is one of the largest celebrations of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander survival, cultures, peoples, art and community in the country, and 2019 was no different.
Office of the Children’s Guardian are running a SAFE Series Workshop; Voyages Indigenous Tourism will hold a recruitment info session on employment and training opportunities at Uluru.
In October, the inaugural STREAMS Connect Summit, organised by IndigiLab, took place at the NCIE. Leaders and thinkers such as Bruce Pascoe and Sydney Lord Mayor Clover Moore participated in the thought-provoking event.
Find out more about NAIDOC 2018 events at the NCIE.
The 2018 Blak Markets at the NCIE fall on 27 May- the anniversary of the historic 1967 referendum.
Inner City NAIDOC 2018 was celebrated at the NCIE and organised by a coalition of local organisations and community groups.
NCIE is proud to host Blak Markets at home in Redfern in March 2018, which will showcase Aboriginal arts, craft, performances and food.
The NCIE Team had a fantastic day at Yabun 2018 where they shared their work with the community. It was a huge day of music, history and community.
400 people came to welcome Patty Mills at the NCIE, making the dreams of many basketball fans come true.