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Meet Simon Vallone, Ask Izzy Product Advisory Group member and former Aboriginal project officer.

How has COVID-19 affected searches for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander support services on Ask Izzy? Find out in our latest report.

In this post we talk to Marcus Lee who designed the artwork in our Reconciliation Action Plan that so beautifully represents Infoxchange and our vision for reconciliation.

Find out what the latest data is telling us two years on from the launch of Ask Izzy, the mobile website that connects people in need to housing, meals, support and counselling and more.

With a new look and feel for the site to be released in October, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander flags have now been added to search results and service listings.

As an educator and mentor, Tina’s students often come to her for support when they are facing situations outside of their studies, including homelessness.

Ask Izzy, the mobile website that connects people who are homeless with essential support services, is being expanded to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders’ access to health and wellbeing services.

The winners of the 2016 Google Impact Challenge winners were announced in Sydney last week, with five organisations receiving funding for their ideas.

Chris is a 25 year old Aboriginal man from Wodonga who joined our Youth IT Careers program in 2015.  As part of NAIDOC week, we asked him to tell us how the program has helped him. Here is his story.

National Year of Digital Inclusion champion, NITV's Natalie Ahmat, talks about how technology is keeping traditional narratives alive this NAIDOC Week.

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