Community Legal Centres Australia

Community Legal Centres Australia (CLCA) is the national peak body for community legal centres (CLCs). The CLCA has a directory which gives information about the sort of work each CLC does and can help you locate the closest CLC to you.

Community Broadcasting Association of Australia (CBAA)

The CBAA is the national peak body for community radio with a focus on building station capability and sustainability and creating a healthy environment for the sector to thrive. There are 450+ community radio services operating across Australia with a combined 5 million listeners per week. These stations play an important role in giving a … Continued

Arts Access Australia

Arts Access Australia (AAA) is Australia's national peak body for arts and disability. We work to increase national and international opportunities and access for people with disability as artists, arts workers, participants and audiences. Established in 1992, AAA is disability-led. Our CEO and at least 50% of our board members identify as a person with … Continued

Generate (Accountants)

'The specialists in creative and innovative business. Whether you need tax advice or strategic planning, we’re here to help. We have your back.'

Australian Copyright Council

The Australian Copyright Council is an independent, non-profit organisation. They represent the peak bodies for professional artists and content creators working in Australia’s creative industries and Australia’s major copyright collecting societies. They advocate for the contribution of creators to Australia’s culture and economy; the importance of copyright for the common good. They work to promote … Continued

Screen Australia’s Games Funding

Screen Australia will provide grants of up to $150,000 per successful application for production of a digital game with a budget up to $500,000. The initiative will run for the 2021-22 and 2022-23 financial years.

VicScreen – Location Gallery

The aim of VicScreen’s Indigenous Map is to help coordinate a consultative process between filmmakers and Victorian Indigenous groups. This map enables filmmakers to easily identify and contact specific Aboriginal groups to facilitate discussion surrounding areas of cultural sensitivity.

WIPO’s Traditional Knowledge section

WIPO has a Traditional Knowledge section which has been working on a range of Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property Programs including: Intergovernmental committee on draft provisions for the protection of traditional cultural expressions, traditional knowledge and genetic resources. Creative heritage project. Database of existing codes, guidelines, practices which contains examples of codes, guidelines, policies, protocols and … Continued