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Indigenous youth

Government organisations:

Australian Government Department of Families, Housing, Communities and Indigenous Affairs

Non-government organisations:

Secretariat of National Aboriginal and Islander Child Care (SNAICC)
Established in 1981, SNAICC is Australia's non-government peak body representing the interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children and families

Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation
Web site:
ANTAR's purpose is to generate in Australia a moral and legal recognition of and respect for the distinctive status of Indigenous Australians as First People. Recognition of Indigenous Australians' rights, which include self-determination, their relationships to land and the maintenance and growth of their cultures, is essential to creating a just and fair society for all Australians.

Reconciliation Australia

Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation Archive

ABC Online (Australian Broadcasting Commission) Messagestick program's Indigenous Links page

Unity Foundation – Youth homelessness program

"Working from a proven model of care and support, our Homelessness Program is unique in that it provides support, leadership and direction to homeless indigenous youth aged between 15-22 years, encouraging them to become role models to their family and friends."
Unity Foundation website: