Guidelines for the Evaluation of Indigenous Content on the WWW A paper prepared for the Department of Education, Science and Training (DEST) by the Victorian Aboriginal Education Association Incorporated (VAEAI) as a component of the Murra project under the EdNA initiative.

Ethics and codes of conduct A general overview of protocols.

National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Website’s (NATSIEW’s) purpose is to catalogue as comprehensively as possible, Internet resources related to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and has a special emphasis on educati on.

Aboriginal Parent Easy Guides (or PEGs as they are affectionately known) bring simple, easy-to-read information on many of the issues faced by parents from birth through adolescence. The PEGs represent a valuable information source not only for parents and those caring for children, but also professionals. They have been developed from research in conjunction with appropriate experts and are widely used throughout Australia .

Deaths in Custody Watch This is an independent community based organisation comprised of members from Aboriginal organisations, lawyers, academics, church groups, trade unions, politicians, Amnesty International, ex-prisoners and family members of those who have died in custody, to ensure the effective representation of the 339 recommendations of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths In Custody (RCIADIC).


Walk Right In is a parent participation manual that aims to increase parent involvement in their child’s/children’s education and the life of the school. The package is designed to motivate, inspire and empower school staff to support parents’ active involvement in education and school decision making. The package includes leadership strategies for principals and teachers to assist them to engage Aboriginal parents in their children’s education, some sample presentations, an audiovisual section, web links and a comprehensive guide to relevant resources.


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