Last week The NSW Reconciliation Council collaborated with PwC's Indigenous Consulting for a special event to commemorate the 10th anniversary of the National Apology to the Stolen Generations, with special guest speaker the Hon. Kevin Rudd. Our very own Ryan Donohue-Pitt attended this event and shares with us his thoughts on the evening. Read More ...
For our 60th Birthday year we are delighted to announce the launch of the new Tranby Indigenous Business Hub - the first of its kind in Australia.The Tranby Indigenous Business Hub fills a gap in existing business advisory services in Australia. Indigenous businesses have an immense impact on all of our communities and we want to support them.
Tranby is calling out for volunteers to be involved in our wonderful project for our 60th Birthday year.
"60 students for 60 years"
This project involves interviewing past and present students, staff, volunteers and anyone else who has been associated with Tranby throughout its long lasting 60 years. #60Students60Years
Tranby is currently seeking interest from Indigenous artists to be part of our 60th Birthday celebrations this coming year.
We're creating an on-campus Indigenous Community Art Gallery, and an online art auction, as part of our 60th Birthday celebrations. We’re opening our walls and campus to Indigenous artists to showcase their deadly creations and talents.
Celebrating our 60th Birthday this year, Tranby has a long history of making change happen. Tranby has been a place of reform, social change and social impact for Aboriginal Australians for decades.
Tranby is committed to influencing policy and provision of services into eradicating family violence in Indigenous communities.