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Friday 2 to Monday 5 August

 


 
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GARMA 2019 TO MAP OUT A PATHWAY TO THE FUTURE

8 Feb 19 - The 2019 Garma Festival will focus on building a better future for Aboriginal people, the Yothu Yindi Foundation said today. Read More...

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS TO HELP STAGE GARMA 2019

11 Jan 19 - The Yothu Yindi Foundation is pleased to invite applications from hard-working volunteers willing to assist in the staging of this year’s Garma Festival – Australia’s premier Indigenous event. Read More...

The Yothu Yindi Foundation is pleased to announce that tickets for GARMA 2019 are ON SALE NOW.

12 Dec 18 - The Yothu Yindi Foundation (YYF) is pleased to announce that tickets for GARMA 2019 are ON SALE NOW. The 21st annual Garma will take place from Friday 2 to Monday 5 August 2019, near the township of Gove in northeast Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory. Read More...

TACKLING THE EDUCATION MEDUSA

27 Nov 18 - The Yothu Yindi Foundation will host more than 50 stakeholders from across Australia at a two-day conference in Darwin starting today aimed at improving regional Indigenous education outcomes in northeast Arnhem Land. Read More...

DJAWA YUNUPINGU – SPEECH 4 AUGUST 2018

4 Aug 18 - Ladies and gentlemen, this morning you have now been welcomed by your hosts, the Gumatj, and by the Dilak Leaders of the Yothu Yindi Dilak Council. Read More...

GARMA KEY FORUM TO FOCUS ON TRUTH-TELLING

1 Aug 18 - Truth-telling will be the major theme when Indigenous, corporate, government and community leaders meet at the Garma Key Forum this weekend. Read More...




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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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