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Philanthropy’s vital role in First Nations’ Justice

March 05th, 2021

Apryl Day, Founder of The Dhadjowa Foundation, shares her personal story 30 years after the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and urges philanthropy to acknowledge what is happening around the globe to First Nations’ people and to fund Indigenous leadership to ensure justice and equity.

What do young advocates want from philanthropy? How can philanthropy help to build a sustainable and inclusive future for Australia? This week, in the first of a two-part series, we publish a diverse range of views from young advocates addressing Philanthropy Australia’s conference theme – Future Needs Now? 

Apryl Day, Founder of The Dhadjowa Foundation, shares her personal story 30 years after the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and urges philanthropy to acknowledge what is happening around the globe to First Nations’ people and to fund Indigenous leadership to ensure justice and equity.

Read Apryl's story here.
 

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