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

Investing in outcomes

September 30, 2019
The National Indigenous Australians Agency (NIAA) has released the review undertaken into the investment in support for Indigenous secondary boarding by Grant Thornton Australia. Following the Study Away Review the Department of Prime Minister and... Read more

Excellence in Indigenous Boarding Award

August 14, 2019
Congratulations to Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School for being awarded the ABSA-IEBA Excellence in Indigenous Boarding Award. The annual Award is a joint initiative of ABSA and IEBA. The Yiramalay/Wesley Studio School model is an excellent example of... Read more

Benefits boost to close indigenous schooling gap

July 31, 2019
Earlier this month IEBA called for the Australian parliament to act to increase incomes for Indigenous families and keep students in boarding. We congratulate the Morrison government on following through on their commitment to the 50 Years of ABSTUDY... Read more

ABSTUDY Providing New Opportunities in Boarding

June 19, 2019
ABSTUDY workshops presented by Indigenous Education and Boarding Australia during May will help boarding schools collect extra revenue next year, better engage with parents and communities and benefit through new scholarships in 2020. The ABSTUD... Read more

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