In a night of recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders on the national stage, the Rewrite Your Story campaign was honoured with the Excellence in Health Through the Promotion of Healthy and Smoke Free Lifestyles Award at the 19th Deadlys® on Tuesday night, at the Sydney Opera House.
In a night of recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders on the national stage, Professor Pat Dudgeon was honoured with the Deadly Award for Health at the 19th Deadlys® on Tuesday night, at the Sydney Opera House.
AFL dual Brownlow medallist and anti-racism campaigner Adam Goodes was honoured with the Ella Award for Lifetime Achievement in Sport at the Deadlys on Tuesday
Aboriginal Health Worker Leonie Morcome is the proud recipient of a Deadly Award in the Health Worker of the Year category for her long term efforts to better the health of Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders
Science was front and centre at the 2013 Deadly Awards when an ethnobotanist was honoured with the inaugural Scientist or Science Project of the Year Award
Human Rights awardee, iconic Australian singer/songwriter and Stolen Generations survivor, Archie Roach was honoured with the Lifetime Contribution Award for Healing the Stolen Generations at the 2013 Deadlys on Tuesday, at the Sydney Opera House.
The Deadly Sista Girlz and the David Wirrpanda foundation took home the Deadly for Excellence in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education at this year’s Deadly Awards for their contribution to bettering educational outcomes for young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
The first female Aboriginal barrister and magistrate in Australia, Pat O’Shane was honoured at the 2013 Deadly Awards, winning the Marcia Langton Award for Lifetime Achievement in Leadership.
Can’t make to the Opera House this year for the 19th Deadlys? The next best thing to being there on the night is either tuning into the live radio broadcast, or, keeping a close eye on our YouTube channel or website on 10 September, as we’ll be posting a stack of videos taken throughout the day.
The 2013 Deadlys® are back, at the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday, 10 September and are set to celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander achievement across music, sport, the arts and community.