During the June/July winter university break, I was fortunate enough to undertake an internship at Reconciliation Australia (RA) in Canberra.
The Australian Indigenous Governance Institute (AIGI) is a non-profit organisation that supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australians achieve self-determined economic, social and cultural aspirations through strong governance.
My name is Linda and I was fortunate enough to complete an Aurora legal internship as part of the Aurora Internship Program before I graduate this year.
A little bit about me
Greetings from Old Parliament House.
My Aurora internship via the Aurora Native Title Internship Program at Reconciliation Australia (RA) has been one of the most meaningful experiences during my time at university.
I'm Matt Blunt. I interned in Canberra with Reconciliation Australia ("RA"), a national not-for-profit organisation largely funded by government, contributing to several projects as part of the Policy, Research and Government Affairs team.
The title to this article is the back bone to the work that Reconciliation Australia (RA) does in advocating for equal life chances for Indigenous Australians.