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Prof. Fiona Stanley AC, FAA

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Apart from being Patron of Pindi Pindi Professor Stanley is committed to a number of important roles, including: Patron of the Telethon Institute, Distinguished Research Professor at the School of Paediatrics and Child Health, UWA; Vice Chancellor's Fellow, University of Melbourne; member of the ABC Board; and Chair of the Alcohol Advertising Review Board.

Koya Aboriginal Corporation’s overarching vision is to create an innovative and sustainable Aboriginal operated business that maintains the heritage of Aboriginal culture; generates income, employment and recognition for Aboriginal people; and, through genuine Aboriginal knowledge, promote understanding and harmony with the environment and people, resulting in a social return to both the wider and Aboriginal community.

As an organisation that welcomes all language groups it provides the following services:
  • Training
  • Employment 
  • Cultural security audits
  • Aboriginal identity declarations 
  • Respite services
  • Food bank 
  • Household bank
  • Clothing bank
  • Transportation 
  • Professional development 
  • Business development 
  • Ear health services.
  • Consultancy in local communities

Pindi Pindi Limited (Pindi Pindi) is a company limited by guarantee and is our Aboriginal led research centre. The Centre stands out from other Aboriginal research initiatives through its innovative fusion of translational, inter-sectoral, multi-disciplinary research and program delivery embedded in an Aboriginal World-View. Our work is community-driven, translational research with an emphasis on capacity building and policy translation. We recognise the importance of cultural, social and emotional wellbeing, early intervention and prevention.

Our research themes include:
  • Income, Employment and Economic resources
  • Law, Social Justice and Community Development
  • Education, Learning and Skills
  • Health and Wellbeing
  • Language, Arts and History
  • Culture, Heritage and Environment
  • Sports and Recreation
  • Technology and Innovation.

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100% Aboriginal Owned

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