Third National Mentorship Program begins in Cairns

  The third national Indigenous Financial Counselling Mentorship Program sponsored by the Commonwealth Bank commenced in Cairns on October the 16th, 2017. ICAN Learn Program Coordinator, Majella Anderson highlighted that the fifteen scholarship winners… Read more »

Chasing buffalo and financial empowerment

by Carmen Daniels & Aaron Davis Chasing buffalo and financial empowerment in the Canadian prairies became the theme of our recent fact-finding hunt. In his photographic quest to ‘get the shot’, ICAN’s CEO Aaron… Read more »

Celebrating 10 years of Empowering Indigenous Consumers

This month the Indigenous Consumer Assistance Network Ltd (ICAN) celebrates 10 years of incorporation and our continued vision of empowering Indigenous consumers. Starting out as a consumer affairs project housed within Queensland’s Aboriginal local… Read more »

Community Engagement Day at Yarrabah

There’s nothing like the smell of sizzling sausages, fried onions, and bacon and eggs on a barbie – which is exactly what took place at Yarrabah on the 26th September, when ICAN, Good Money… Read more »

Connecting the Gulf

ICAN held an intensive professional development workshop for Save the Children’s, Gulf of Carpentaria Financial Counselling and Capability team earlier this month. The team from the ‘Gulf’ travelled to Cairns from Mornington Island, Doomadgee… Read more »

Fair Finance for Australians

In a joint campaign organised by the Consumer Action Law Centre (CALC), consumer advocates from around the country converged on Canberra to brief government Ministers, Senators and Federal members on the “Small Amount Credit… Read more »

Yarnin’ Townsville

ICAN’s Eddie Buli, Martina Kingi, and Carlie Kirk were excited to attend the Townsville Community Organisation Networking Forum on Friday, 8th September 2017, held at the Salvation Army Riverway Corps in Condon. The Australian… Read more »