Objectives

The corporation aims to:

  • Be an Aboriginal culturally owned Aboriginal led enterprise.
  • Improve, protect and foster Aboriginal priorities in relation to: Aboriginal Culture, Aboriginal Knowledge, Aboriginal Arts, Aboriginal Education, Aboriginal Research.
  • Support knowledge transmission to future generations.
  • Respect and prioritise the rights and intellectual property of Aboriginal Cultural Knowledge Holders and Country.
  • Create opportunities to reconnect the Aboriginal Diaspora with Country.
  • Create economic and promotional opportunities for Aboriginal Knowledge Holders, Artists, Community, Educators and Researchers in Regional and Remote Communities.
  • Create a platform for cultural exchange, and a marketplace that will benefit Aboriginal Regional and Remote Communities.
  • Deliver projects and programs that support the Aboriginal Community need for commemorating and memorializing living Aboriginal histories.
  • Confront and debunk the deeply embedded intransigent racist mythology of coloniality in research and education.
  • Combat racism and lateral violence in all communities and institutions.
  • Advocate for Aboriginal Arts in Regional and Remote Communities.
  • Foster networks and partnerships with Aboriginal communities and organizations.
  • Operate and maintain a gift fund to be known as ‘The Taragara Aboriginal Corporation Gift Fund’ in accordance with the requirements of the Income Tax Assessment Act 1997.