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2019 Garma Opening Ceremony and Festival Highlights.

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Important Announcement: Garma 2021 Cancelled

31 May 21 - It is with enormous regret and sadness that we advise this year’s Garma Festival will not proceed.
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GARMA 2021 LOOKS AHEAD TOWARD THE FUTURE

14 May 21 - Garma 2021 will ‘look ahead toward the future’ as the Yothu Yindi Foundation delivers on its commit ment to create an education hub in northeast Arnhem Land.
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HEALTH AND SAFETY THE PRIORITY AT GARMA 2021

2 Feb 21 - The 22nd annual Garma Festival will be a COVID-safe event with strict compliance measures in place
to protect the health and safety of those on site, the Yothu Yindi Foundation (YYF) said today.

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Message from the CEO

31 Jul 20 - We send you news from afar today on what would have been the first day of our annual Garma event. For the first time in the 22-year history of the Festival, we won't have the opportunity to gather and celebrate with each other, or with you, our friends and families from across the nation.
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Important Announcement: Garma 2020 Cancelled

23 Mar 20 - The Yothu Yindi Foundation (YYF) regrets to inform the public that this year’s Garma Festival has been cancelled due to the global Coronavirus pandemic.
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‘YUTA BITPIT’ - GARMA 2020 TO FOCUS ON NEW GROWTH

9 Mar 20 - Garma 2020 will focus on new growth and regeneration in the quest for a more prosperous future for
Indigenous Australians, the Yothu Yindi Foundation (YYF) said today.

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The Yothu Yindi Foundation was established in 1990 to promote Yolngu cultural development with community leaders and persons of authority from five regional clan groups: Gumatj, Rirratjingu, Djapu, Galpu and Wangurri.

The leadership and innovative program development of the Foundation are considered significantly positive forces supporting Indigenous cultural maintenance, not only in Northeast Arnhem Land, but throughout the country and internationally.

The mission of the Yothu Yindi Foundation is for Yolngu and other Indigenous Australians to have the same level of wellbeing and life opportunities as non-Indigenous Australians. The Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable public benevolent institution, with an all- Yolngu Board of Directors. All revenues to the Foundation go to the infrastructure and delivery of its cultural, health, arts, education and economic programs.

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