The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS) is a world-renowned premier research, collecting and publishing organisation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures, traditions, languages and stories, past and present.
National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (NATSILS) is the national peak body for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services. Our members have over 40 years’ experience in the provision of legal advice, assistance, representation, community legal education, advocacy, law reform activities and prisoner through-care to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in contact with the justice system. We are the experts on justice issues affecting and concerning Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
National Family Violence Prevention Legal Services (NFVPLS): In May 2012 National Family Violence Prevention Legal Services was formally established under a Charter to guide its operation. The forum has 13 member organisations who are service providers under the Family Violence Prevention Legal Services Program, funded by the Commonwealth Attorney-General’s Department.
Aboriginal Hostel Limited (AHL) is a not-for-profit company wholly owned by the Australian Government and is limited by guarantee.
Our Organisation: AHL is recognised as a public benevolent institution by the Australian Taxation Office and has deductible gift recipient status.
The Australian Government, through the responsible Minister, is the sole member of the company.
Indigenous Business Australia (IBA) is a progressive, commercially focused organisation that promotes and encourages self-management, self-sufficiency and economic independence for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
IBA is a significant contributor to the goals of the Australian Government’s Indigenous Economic Development Strategy, aimed at closing the gap between the living standards of Indigenous and other Australians.
Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC) was formally established in 1981 after the creation of such a body was proposed by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people at the 'First Aboriginal Child Survival Seminar' held in Melbourne in 1979. The organisation elected its first national executive in 1982 and has received Federal Government funding support from 1983.
The Indigenous Law Centre (ILC) is an integral part of the life of the Faculty of Law at UNSW. Established in 1981, the ILC is the only Indigenous law research centre in Australia.
The ILC contributes to the recognition, protection and development of the legal rights and freedoms of Indigenous peoples both in Australia and internationally. The Centre achieves this by conducting and disseminating innovative and high quality research on Indigenous legal issues and through community legal education on issues of particular significance.
About Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice, Social justice is about securing fairness for all in the everyday issues of life.