2021 Symposium launched

March 03, 2021
Bookings are now open for the 2021 National Indigenous Education & Boarding Symposium. From 2-4 June you may choose to attend the Symposium during National Reconciliation Week in Cairns or join online from anywhere. The Next 10 Years: Are W... Read more

Urgent Action Called to Address Education Inequality

November 19, 2020
Whilst IEBA welcomes the recommendations in relation to education for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students what we don’t need is for the House Standing Committee on Employment, Education and Training report, Education of students in remot... Read more

Excellence in Indigenous Boarding Award

October 19, 2020
Melbourne Indigenous Transition School (MITS) is the winner of the 2020 ABSA/IEBA Excellence in Indigenous Boarding Award. Watch the video below and read their story to discover more about them how they responded to the pandemic with their tempora... Read more

Cultural Competence Professional Development

July 21, 2020
The booking period for these dates has now closed. You can express your interest in attending future workshops by emailing info@boardingaustralia.edu.au IEBA is pleased to announce a program of six online workshops from the University of Sydne... Read more

Symposium Outcomes

May 25, 2020
The summary of Outcomes from the Shaping a Standard Symposium is now ready to download. Video recordings of three keynote speakers are also available to watch online. Visit the recordings page on this website to select them and also download the 3... Read more

Webinars galore

May 05, 2020
Stay Connected online with multiple IEBA Webinars in May and June. Indigenous Education & Boarding Australia is hosting regular webinars to raise awareness of the Indigenous student boarding sector and issues that impact on Indigenous educatio... Read more

Symposium update

March 14, 2020
The Symposium and Awards Presentation in Geelong are still going ahead despite recent events. The small number of delegates and the boutique nature of the venues are key factors. Up to 90 delegates will gather at the Geelong Conference Centre whe... Read more

Aboriginal Youth Voice to United Nations

October 09, 2019
A 12-year-old Australian boy has become the youngest person to speak at the United Nations, demanding Australia stop putting children as young as 10 in jail. Dujuan Hoosan asked delegates as people in positions of power to learn from his own story an... Read more

Resilience study

October 02, 2019
Findings from a research project developed in 2014 are available to download. Resilience strategies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in boarding schools and healthcare are some of the focus areas. The research project is a par... Read more

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