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Welcoming Three New Trailblazing Board Members

Welcoming Three New Trailblazing Board Members

The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) is honoured to welcome three new Board members, Amara Barnes, Thomas Mayo and Nicole Abadee.
Amara, Thomas and Nicole will be joining a collection of incredible current ILF Board members, including Natalie Ahmat (Co-Chair), Jacqui Payne (Co-Chair), Leitha Assan, Louise Stark, Alicia Stewart and Gavin Williams.
These new leaders in their respective fields will bring a range of different knowledge to the work of the ILF.

  • Posted 14 February, 2024


Launching New Tote Bags Celebrating Country

Launching New Tote Bags Celebrating Country

The Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) is excited to announce the launch of four new tote bags with illustrations from Country Tells Us When… a story dedicated to the lands, languages and peoples of the Kimberley region.

  • Posted 25 January, 2024


Connecting Up this January 26

Connecting Up this January 26

While Yabun is an event to honour the strengths of First Nations Peoples and Communities, it is also a space where all people are welcome and encouraged to come along. Many non-Indigenous people show their solidarity and support by attending events like Yabun and joining in on important conversations about First Nations peoples’ hopes for the present and future. It is these collective gatherings that are not about January 26 itself, but about celebrating connection to people and place.

  • Posted 24 January, 2024


“Success means nothing unless you’re giving back” says the team at Francesca

“Success means nothing unless you’re giving back” says the team at Francesca

Francesca is raising funds for the Indigenous Literacy Foundation (ILF) with their January Awareness Bracelet!

  • Posted 23 January, 2024


The Process of Creating Tiwi Girl Hunters!

The Process of Creating Tiwi Girl Hunters!

In November this year we held a Create Initiative workshop with senior students from Tiwi College. The students came to Sydney to write, illustrate and publish a book in just one week at the Hachette Australia office with the help of ILF Ambassadors Shelley Ware and David Lawrence.   Latisha left) and Sandra right) with the front cover of Tiwi Girl Hunters When the girls from Tiwi College arrived in Sydney, their first stop was to Sydney Taronga Zoo! The short bus ride from the ferry to the zoo was uneventful until the driver suddenly applied the brakes and Coral...

  • Posted 14 December, 2023


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