16 September 2022
Pat Turner scholars reflect on Indigenous innovation and leadership
More First Nations people needed in leadership roles in the public service, says Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Linda Burney MP.
12 September 2022
Annual prize nominations open
The Sir Roland Wilson Foundation is calling for nominations for its annual prizes.
06 September 2022
Charting a course for others
A Graduate Diploma of Economics while on Sir Roland Wilson Pat Turner scholarship has helped Peter Bligh better coordinate and analyse policies and programs, while incorporating and championing Indigenous voices.
01 September 2022
Improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander education
Claire Sainsbury is developing a blueprint for Commonwealth investment in Indigenous education.
04 August 2022
Helping farmers cope with drought and climate change
Water is a complex commodity. You can’t build a fence around it like you can do for land. Nor can you easily transport it like you can do grain, coal and iron ore.
21 July 2022
Scholars crucial to solving nation’s challenges
Treasurer the Hon Dr Jim Chalmers MP has told Sir Roland Wilson and Pat Turner scholars their expertise is needed now more than ever.
19 July 2022
Sir Roland Wilson Place unveiled
The Sir Roland Wilson Foundation today celebrated the unveiling of Sir Roland Wilson Place within the Treasury courtyard in Canberra.
15 June 2022
Looking after the Australian Defence Force
Every year, one in five serving members of the Australian Defence Force experiences poor mental health.
10 June 2022
Improving access to medicines
When a close friend’s cousin with gall bladder cancer defied the odds after being treated with a medicine typically prescribed to treat breast cancer, Katrina Howe was motivated to learn how to make change.
03 June 2022
Supporting traditional decision-making
Sir Roland Wilson scholar James Gaetani is investigating how Australia’s public law framework supports traditional decision-making in Indigenous entities.
02 June 2022
Using research and evidence to make change
Patricia Akee is passionate about health, and getting the best outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across Australia.
01 June 2022
Learning is the first step to making change
National Reconciliation Week is an important reminder for non-Indigenous Australians to take the time to learn the truth about our history.
The Sir Roland Wilson Foundation is a partnership between The Australian National University, Charles Darwin University and the Australian Public Service.