APY Lands

The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Lands cover more than 10% of the South Australian land mass.

Anangu hold the title to these lands under the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Land Rights Act 1981.

More than 2000 Anangu live on the APY Lands.

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Great news from APY Art Centre Collective!

In this week’s interview we are very pleased to be hearing from an artist who is also one of the Directors of the APY Art Centre Collective – Nyunmiti Burton. We hear from Nyunmiti about... read on

Program 343: Great news from APY Art Centre Collective!

In this week’s program we hear from Nyunmiti Burton, an artist who is also one of the Directors of the APY Art Centre Collective, and from Skye O’Meara who’s the Manager of the Collective... read on

Lisa Fowkes on Community Development Program

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker interview, we talk about the Community Development Program, the CDP, which is the work-for-the-dole program in remote communities. The CDP is an Australian Government program that began in... read on

Program 339: Lisa Fowkes on the Community Development Program

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio show, we talk with Lisa Fowkes about the Community Development Program (CDP), the work-for-the-dole program in remote communities... read on

Program 336: Building Better Schools

In this week’s radio show, we find out about the ‘Building Better Schools’ project that is being led by the Department for Education. To find out about this project and the planning for Fregon Anangu School, we talk with Ross Treadwell, Executive Director of Infrastructure in the Department for Education... read on

Building Better Schools

In this interview, we find out about the ‘Building Better Schools’ project that is being led by the Department for Education. The Government is investing $692 million dollars in the ‘Building Better Schools’ project to... read on

Karina Lester on SA Aboriginal Education Strategy

Following our recent interview with Professor Peter Buckskin, we’re going to continue with a focus on the development of the South Australia Aboriginal Education Strategy and the importance of children being able to learn in... read on

Program 333: Karina Lester on SA Aboriginal Education Strategy

This week’s radio show is about the SA Aboriginal Education Strategy and the importance of children being able to learn in their own languages. We talk with Karina Lester, who has been involved in facilitating the APY consultations about the development of the Strategy... read on

Update from Premier Steven Marshall

In this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio interview, we talk with the Premier of South Australia, the Hon Steven Marshall MP, who is also the South Australia Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation. We... read on

Program 329: Update from Premier Steven Marshall

In this week’s radio program, we talk with the Premier of South Australia, the Hon Steven Marshall MP, who is also the South Australia Minister for Aboriginal Affairs and Reconciliation. We talk about the Government’s plans to address a number of important issues... read on

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