The Jawun Model

Jawun exists to build the capacity of Indigenous people to choose a life they have reason to value. This video explains the Jawun model with an animated infographic. > Read more

The Jawun Story

Jawun increases the capacity of Indigenous leaders, organisations and communities to achieve their own development goals. This in turn leads to lasting, material and measurable improvements in the lives of Indigenous people in those communities. > Read more

The Meaning of Jawun

Indigenous Enterprise Partnerships (IEP) was renamed ‘Jawun’ on its 10th anniversary in August 2010. Jawun means ‘friend’ or ‘family’, an honour given to us by the Kuku Yalanji from Mossman Gorge in Cape York. > Read more

‘A New Dawn’

A celebration of Indigenous leaders and their aspirations, with practical change and empowerment happening on the ground across Jawun regions. This film was made possible through the generous support of the Aranday Foundation, Downer, IAG, Ilana Atlas, Macquarie, NAB, Qantas, QBE, Telstra and Westpac. > Read more

The Jawun Secondee Experience

This video follows Jawun secondees living and working in Indigenous communities around Australia, and hears from them as they describe their experience. > Read more