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KGI launches third phase of REAL Program

17KGI2001_620A group of twenty young Indigenous leaders will walk through the doors of the Richmond Football Club for the inaugural phase three REAL Program today.

The Tigers’ centre for Indigenous youth, the Korin Gamadji Institute, has partnered with the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC), to expand its Richmond Emerging Aboriginal Leadership (REAL) Program to include a third phase, specifically for program alumni.

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KGI launches third phase of REAL Program

17KGI2001_620A group of twenty young Indigenous leaders will walk through the doors of the Richmond Football Club for the inaugural phase three REAL Program today.

The Tigers’ centre for Indigenous youth, the Korin Gamadji Institute, has partnered with the Australian Indigenous Leadership Centre (AILC), to expand its Richmond Emerging Aboriginal Leadership (REAL) Program to include a third phase, specifically for program alumni.

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Richmond Academy Coach Appointed

Richmond Academy screening day (12/11/16)

Damien Villarosa with Richmond Academy participants.

Damien Villarosa has been appointed Richmond Academy coach, overseeing the Club’s Next Generation Academy Program.

Villarosa joined the Tigers is 2016, as Education and Training Manager of the Richmond Institute.

His position at the Club will expand to include both the Richmond Academy and Richmond Institute roles in 2017.

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Sovereignty Exhibition

Screen Shot 2016-12-19 at 4.22.53 PMA landmark exhibition at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art features digital stories created by young Aboriginal people from Richmond’s centre for Indigenous youth, the Korin Gamadji Institute.

The exhibition ‘Sovereignty’, which opened last Friday, includes work from 10 KGI alumni and is the culmination of the creative outcomes for the Australian Research Council Linkage Project Aboriginal Young People in Victoria and Digital Storytelling (2014-2017).

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Korin Gamadji Institute partners with Culture is Life

Culture is LifeThe Richmond Football Club’s Korin Gamadji Institute has partnered with Culture is Life to support the celebration of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander culture, and strengthen the resilience of young Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

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Jabiru visit

IMG_2999A group of 15 young men from Kakadu visited the Korin Gamadji Institute on Friday, November 11.

Richmond’s Indigenous Community Relations Officer, Luke Murray, took the group on a tour of the Club’s facilities.

 

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Richmond Academy

Meet some of the footballers who were invited to attend a Richmond Academy screening day at Punt Road Oval last Saturday.

Talented cubs attend screening day

A group of sixteen Indigenous and multicultural footballers were selected to attend a Richmond Academy screening day at the Club’s Punt Road Oval headquarters last Saturday.

As part of the Tigers’ Next Generation Academy Program, the Richmond Academy, they were introduced to the Club’s elite sporting environment and completed a number of high performance testing activities.

From the group, 11 participants travelled from the Goulburn Valley, while the remaining five came from the Sunraysia region.

Several participants were selected based on their performances at the Richmond Academy’s Come and Try Talent Days in Swan Hill and Shepparton in September.

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Tigers support Reconciliation Cup

ReconcilianCup_mainRichmond is continuing to engage communities within its Next Generation Academy zone, by supporting Wednesday’s Reconciliation Cup in Echuca.

Over 800 students from 11 schools attended the football and netball carnival, alongside community elders and Richmond stakeholders.

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Xavier Clarke joins Richmond coaching panel

Xavier ClarkeRichmond has finalised its coaching panel with the appointment of current NT Thunder senior coach and former St Kilda and Brisbane Lions utility, Xavier Clarke joining the ranks as a development coach.

Clarke, 33, has been coaching NEAFL club NT Thunder since the end of 2013, he won the NEAFL Coach of the Year in 2014, led the side to the premiership in 2015, and, in 2016, he was awarded the NT Sports Awards Coach of the Year.

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