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We are committed to the ongoing process of reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians, promoting justice, recognition, healing and respect throughout all of our educational and research endeavours.
Reconciling genomic research and Indigenous culture, with the return of the Galiwin'ku samples.
Dr Danielle Dries, a Kaurna woman, has secured a Board Director position with Indigenous Allied Health Australia.
Thanks to Indigenous partnerships, ANU researchers have been able to provide important policy-relevant evidence for improving Indigenous health.
Our communities would be better served by focusing on the positives.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan sets the strategy on how the Joint Colleges are committed to reducing the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
We offer a number of programs designed to support Indigenous students to access and succeed in their academic and career progression.
We have close relationships with Indigenous communities through partnerships, events and a number of campuses located in rural areas.
Find out about our Indigenous research activities and how our Indigenous academics and students are contributing to medicine and health research.
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