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Indigenous matters

ECU acknowledges and respects the continuing association with Nyoongar people, the traditional custodians of the land, upon which its campuses stand and programs operate. ECU has a commitment to:

  • engage closely with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and communities;
  • fully develop Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students and staff, assisting them to realise their potential;
  • ensure that individual differences and diversity are respected; and
  • contribute positively to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community development and sustainability through its students, staff, and graduates.

Kurongkurl Katitjin

Kurongkurl Katitjin, ECU's Centre for Indigenous Australian Education and Research, plays a vital role in assisting the University to meet its commitment to Indigenous peoples. 

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet

Since 1997, the Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet - an innovative award winning web resource  - has been informing practice and policy in Indigenous health by making research and other knowledge readily accessible to policy makers and health practitioners and in doing so is helping to close the gap in Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander health.

Reconciliation Action Plan

ECU reinforced its commitment to Reconciliation with the release of the 2012 - 2015 Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP). The inaugural plan was launched in 2011.

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