The MGoals initiative is a free program that supports Aboriginal culture and education by providing local Aboriginal communities and schools with an online website building project and an online learning environment where students create their goals for living and learning.
The NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group (NSW AECG Inc.) is a not-for-profit Aboriginal organisation that provides advice on all matters relevant to education and training, with a mandate that this advice represents the Aboriginal community viewpoint. NSW AECG Inc. promotes respect, empowerment and self-determination and believes the process of collaborative consultation is integral to equal partnership and is fundamental to the achievement of equality.
The NSW Seniors Festival marks a time of year when the NSW Government thanks all NSW seniors for their contributions and achievements. With the number of seniors in NSW rapidly growing, festivals such as Seniors Week encourage the senior community to continue to lead active lives, stay socially connected, and engage in new activities.
The good work that The Burraga Foundation is doing was further highlighted by a visit from the Governor General of New South Wales, David Hurley accompanied by his wife, Mrs Hurley at Tathra Public School.
In an interview with local ABC Radio, Paul Morris, Director of Public Schools, Far South Coast, spoke highly of the MGoals initiative and the wonderful work being done by the Aboriginal community in the Eden area.
“Burbangana – Take my hand”, a publication sponsored by Teachers Mutual Bank in conjunction with the NSW Department of Education showcased the accomplishments of Aboriginal students in public education in inner Sydney.