As part of our research, we conducted interviews with people from a cross-section of programs across Australia including metropolitan, regional and remote areas. Each case study was chosen as an example of a program that local Aboriginal leaders had initiated and is seen as important to their community and producing results.
Case Study One: Muurrbay Aboriginal Language & Culture Co-op
Muurrbay Aboriginal Language and Culture Co-op is a regional language and training centre that provides strategic support to revitalise the languages of seven Aboriginal communities, that includes the Northern Rivers, Mid North Coast and Central Coast of NSW.
Case Study Two: Winanga-Li Aboriginal Child and Family Centre Inc
Winanga-Li Aboriginal Child and Family Centre is a not for profit, self-managed, Aboriginal community organisation in Gunnedah in north-eastern New South Wales. It is a gathering place for Aboriginal children and their families to connect, grow and learn together, and therefore to reflect and strengthen Aboriginal identity within the wider Gunnedah community.