BHP Foundation News

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  • First Nations women becoming workplace assets and community role models

    Tue, July 9, 2024

    Australia program

    Education Equity

    Real Futures is working closely with UN Women’s Second Chance Education Programme to deliver a project exclusively for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in Australia.

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  • BHP Foundation joins Sumar Saberes, a private-public alliance to help identify and scale up best practices in education in Chile

    Wed, June 19, 2024

    Chile program

    By combining the innovative and agile practices of the private and philanthropic sectors with the national priorities and government’s reach, Sumar Saberes aims to boost the transformation of the educational model in Chile.

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  • Meet the changemakers: the Australian Indigenous Governance Institute

    Wed, June 5, 2024

    Australia program

    The Australian Indigenous Governance Institute (AIGI) is an independent, Indigenous-led center that designs and delivers solutions to help strengthen governance capabilities and meet the needs of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.

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  • Fire management using community-based models to build environmental resilience

    Wed, May 22, 2024

    Environmental Resilience

    A learning exchange on community-based fire practices took place at the 2024 BHP Foundation Environmental Resilience partners’ workshop. Representatives from Australia and Chile shared fire management approaches in different landscapes, ranging from deserts to forests.

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  • 8 innovative educational projects in Chile chosen to receive support from BHP Foundation Collective Effect fund

    Thu, May 9, 2024

    Chile program

    The projects selected have the potential to scale teaching and learning solutions to boost the transformation of the public education model in Chile.

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  • Upskilling teachers in computer science: one solution to close the digital divide

    Wed, April 24, 2024

    Chile program

    For the last three years, an organization in Chile had provided training in computer science to more than 900 teachers. They are taking their learnings to the classroom, benefiting 13.325 public students across the country.

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  • The potential of stormwater capture to face water challenges

    Tue, April 9, 2024

    United States program

    Stormwater capture offers a promising solution that can help close the gap between water supply and demand as well as manage intensifying flooding and drought.

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  • 3 online resources to learn about governance and collaborative decision making with Indigenous and local communities

    Tue, March 26, 2024

    Canada program

    Australia program

    Natural Resource Governance

    Three comprehensive learning resources to help inform, develop, and enhance knowledge on Indigenous governance and consultation and consent mechanisms are available online and are free to access.

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  • Improving career opportunities and choice for women and girls

    Thu, March 7, 2024

    Education Equity

    Tailored education and leadership skills development are helping women and girls overcome cultural, economic and social barriers.

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  • The global dynamics of consultation and consent

    Thu, February 29, 2024

    Natural Resource Governance

    A new resource to explore what consultation and consent mean in principle and practice in natural resource management, particularly in relation to Indigenous Peoples, has been launched.

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