Communications

We support leaders and organisations to better communicate their purpose, intention and action with Aboriginal people and communities. Our efforts are focused on transformational leadership, autonomy and accountability and making a difference in your organisational culture and messaging. We specialise in organisational strategic positioning, including policy such as Reconciliation Action Plans, First Nation Strategies and/or special community engagement projects. We help to determine your target audience, core messaging, metrics for success and outcomes beyond the storyline, by ensuring you are communicating and engaging with the right people in the right way. 

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Our advice is considered, targeted, intentional and ensures your decision-making is purpose-driven and meaningful, as well as culturally relevant and appropriate.

Two-way Communication

We are often approached by organisations who want to improve their communication and engagement with Aboriginal people and communities but are not sure where to start or have later realised their approach to engagement have not achieved the intended outcomes. However, through a people and relationship-focused approach to better community engagement and purposeful communication, we ensure two-way relationships are nurtured with Aboriginal communities.

Our work will assist you to ensure your project has purpose, centres the needs of Aboriginal communities and focuses on impact and outcomes. We help organisation understand the needs of their audience and find the best ways to communicate. Get in touch so we can assist you and your organisation deliver valuable and sustainable social change.

Acknowledgment of Country

Nganya acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout this land and recognises their connection throughout time to lands and waters.

We admire the collective wisdom of First Nations communities in health, spiritual wellbeing, caring for Country, science, education, and trade and local economies. We recognise the past provides us each with an opportunity to have a better understanding of ourselves and the world we are connected to.

We remember, honour, and have a deep appreciation for First Nations people and communities who have and are emotionally, physically, spiritually, and culturally harmed by colonisation.

This country was never ceded— it always was, and always will be Aboriginal land.

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