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2019 Garma Key Forum.
 
2019 Garma Opening Ceremony and Festival Highlights.

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YYF FOUNDATION IS PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE DATES FOR GARMA 2020

9 Aug 19 - As you can see, Garma welcomes into the festival fold many old and new friends, helping us deliver programming elements over the course of four days. Read More...

YOLNGU VOICES TAKE CENTRE STAGE AT GARMA KEY FORUM

1 Aug 19 - Future directions in re-setting the relationship between Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people and
the rest of the nation, and a sharp focus on continuing Indigenous disadvantage, will be on the agenda
at this year’s event. Read More...

BUILDING A BETTER FUTURE FOR YOLNGU YOUTH

22 Jul 19 - The hopes and aspirations of the next generation of Yolngu youth will be under the spotlight at
Garma this year, as the event focuses on pathways to a better future for Indigenous Australians. Read More...

GARMA 2019 PROGRAM NOW AVAILABLE

9 Jul 19 - The Yothu Yindi Foundation (YYF) is pleased to announce the official Garma Program Booklet for 2019 has been released to the public. Read More...

GARMA’S STUNNING GALLERY UNDER THE STARS

19 Jun 19 - Some of Arnhem Land’s most exciting arts centres will be showcasing their works at this year’s Garma art gallery under the stars, the Yothu Yindi Foundation said today. Read More...

ABC BACK ON BOARD FOR GARMA 2019

4 Jun 19 - The Yothu Yindi Foundation (YYF) is pleased to announce the continuation of its media partnership
with the ABC for Garma 2019, which will see the national broadcaster provide comprehensive coverage of this year’s event across all its platforms. Read More...




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The Yothu Yindi Foundation was established in 1990 to promote Yolngu cultural development with community leaders and persons of authority from five regional clan groups: Gumatj, Rirratjingu, Djapu, Galpu and Wangurri.

The leadership and innovative program development of the Foundation are considered significantly positive forces supporting Indigenous cultural maintenance, not only in Northeast Arnhem Land, but throughout the country and internationally.

The mission of the Yothu Yindi Foundation is for Yolngu and other Indigenous Australians to have the same level of wellbeing and life opportunities as non-Indigenous Australians. The Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable public benevolent institution, with an all- Yolngu Board of Directors. All revenues to the Foundation go to the infrastructure and delivery of its cultural, health, arts, education and economic programs.

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