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Our Partners

This research is funded by the Australian Research Council’s Linkage Projects” scheme

We are pleased to acknowledge the support and assistance which we are also receiving in undertaking this project from the following partner organisations (in alphabetical order) .

Clayton Utz

One of Australia’s oldest law firms, Clayton Utz has a strong commitment to providing pro bono services, particularly where the beneficiaries are Indigenous people

Equal Opportunity Commission WA

Within the EOC, the Substantive Equality Unit works to address unintended impacts of policies and services on Indigenous Australians. including those relating to access to the birth registration system. The EOC is the state's peak statutory body working to eliminate disadvantage, discrimination and injustice experienced by Indigenous people

Plan Australia

Part of Plan International, one of the oldest and largest international child-centred development agencies

Qld Department of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Services and Multicultural Affairs- Community and Personal Histories Team

The Community and Personal Histories team helps Indigenous people search Qld Government records of earlier eras to obtain family and/or community history, and to provide people with materials for use in proving birth dates and parentage.

Rise Community Support

Formerly known as “The Hills Community Support Group”, Rise provides wide ranging services in areas such as Aged Care, Youth Support, Mental Health and Disability Services to communities north east of Perth, WA.

Tangentyere Council 

Tangetyere has been the major service delivery and advocacy body for the Indigenous Town Camps of Alice Springs since 1979.

Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service

The community owned and controlled body that provides legal advice and representation for the Koorie community in Victoria. Established  in 1973, it also plays an important role in advocating social justice for Indigenous people through community development research and law reform.

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