45% Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living with disability or long term health condition

2.1 X more likely to be living with disability than other Australians

7.7% Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living with severe or profound disability

5 X more likely to experience mental illness than other Australians

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About NuunaRon Art Group

Our culture is a gift to others, help us share our story with the world!

45% of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are living with a disability or long-term health condition, proven by First Peoples Disability Network Australia’s community-led research program ‘Culture is Inclusion: A Narrative of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander disability’.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture has a strong foundation of knowledge exchange through art and story-telling. Art enables whole communities to come together to break down challenges experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with disability in staying connected and remaining strong.

NuunaRon, a traditional art and healing group for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists living with disability in partnership with First Peoples Disability Network Australia’s research program, has the opportunity to share this message with the world and take their ‘Culture is Inclusion’ exhibition to the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disability in Geneva this September, but they need your support.

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