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AIEF Scholarship Graduate Lonnie Naawi speaks to The Australian about her journey to boarding school and the support she continues to receive from AIEF while studying at university.

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2017 Annual Report

Read about our latest outcomes and results in the 2017 AIEF Annual Report.

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Because of her, we can!

At the HSBC NAIDOC Week event, AIEF Alum Shannon Hanning spoke about the strong Indigenous women who have shaped her educational journey.

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AIEF Compendium


An online community where education professionals can share knowledge and collaborate to develop best practices outlined in the AIEF Compendium.

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Being educated means we can tell the world our story, in our own way. We can use education to take responsibility for our problems and find our own solutions. We should ensure our children grasp their right to be educated and AIEF offers a key to our future.

Bess Nungarrayi Price
Former Minister, Northern Territory Government


The AIEF Scholarship Program and the AIEF Pathways Program are supported by the Australian Government in collaboration with individual, philanthropic and corporate supporters from the private sector.