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Indij Readers Ltd (Indij Readers) is a unique and innovative Aboriginal charity, registered in the not-for-profit sector. They have indigenous children’s books for purchase via a downloadable form on their website.
Teach the world to read
Teach the World to Read provides a globally recognised reading program that is designed for developing communities. Fantastic Phonics is a complete, 480 page learning program that is designed for preschool, kindergarten, teenagers, and adult literacy. It is downloadable, and can be printed on standard paper, or used on a computer screen, tablet or smartphone.
Magabala Books is Australia’s oldest independent Indigenous publishing house. Based in the pearling town of Broome in the far north of Western Australia, Magabala Books is one of the most remote publishing houses in the world. You can order books directly off their website or download an order form.
Indigenous Community Volunteers
Indigenous Community Volunteers (ICV) is a registered charity and non-profit community development organisation. ICV’s role is to support communities in their own quests, with skills and resources not normally available to them. Communities are in control: they invite ICV to help address the issues they face. We help them shape their own future. Communities access ICV’s pool of volunteers and invite their chosen volunteer(s) to live and work alongside them. It’s a rare privilege and a unique opportunity to make a personal contribution to practical reconciliation. You can find out more about volunteering with ICV on their website.
The Concerned Parent’s Toolbox
This guide offers a comprehensive list of online tools and techniques that all parents can use to keep their children safe whilst on the internet.
Keeping Children Safe in Public Places
Working with Children Check