IBA produces a range of publications and resources, reports and evaluations to assist our clients, celebrate their successes, and inform the community about our programs and services.
Brochures – Read our brochures to find out more about IBA’s services, products and opportunities.
DVDs – IBA has a limited number of its DVDs available for presentation and promotional purposes.
FAQs – Get the answers to some Frequently Asked Questions
Forms – Access our Expression of Interest Register form and our Aboriginality or Torres Strait Islander Descent form.
Good News Stories – Read real stories of individuals, families, friends and communities who, with IBA’s assistance, are building wealth and financial security through business, home ownership, and commercial investment partnerships.
Magazines – You can Subscribe to receive IBA’s economic development magazine Inspire which showcases Indigenous Australians accomplishing great things for themselves and future generations at an individual, community and corporate level.
Plans – We articulate our intention to achieve our vision within our Corporate Plan and our commitment to reconciliation within our Reconciliation Action Plan.
Reports – Access IBA’s annual reports and research findings it has commissioned, participated in or supported that relate to Indigenous economic development.
Home Loans for Indigenous Australians brochure (PDF 950KB, new window) - provides information on IBA’s Home Ownership Program for eligible individuals and families.
Your Land, Your Home flyer (PDF 955, new window) - provides general information for eligible individuals and families on community titled land.
Your Business and IBA brochure (PDF 2.3MB, new window) – provides an overview of the type of business support IBA offers. Do you have a viable business idea?
Our Customer Service Charter brochure (PDF 718KB, new window) – states our commitment to providing the highest level of quality service, and details our process for receiving and handling feedback and complaints.
Expression of Interest Register form (PDF 328KB, new window) – which asks for personal details regarding your income, employment and housing history.
Aboriginality or Torres Strait Islander Descent form (328KB, new window) – which asks you to provide evidence of your Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent.
The Inspire magazine is motivating, stimulating, and contributes to the discussion about how economic independence can help Indigenous Australians achieve self-management and self-sufficiency.
The latest issue of Inspire is shown below. We invite you to read previous issues of the Inspire magazine and Subscribe to receive your complimentary copy of future issues in print or enewsletter format.
|Issue nine – October 2012 Featuring Ron Newchurch, who has formed a new business partnership aimed at creating sustainability for South Australian Indigenous families and communities; Welder turned artist Wayne ‘Liwingu’ McGinness, who has the art world fired up with his steel sculptures; Vince Coulthard, the Adnyamathanha elder who discusses the cultural and economic significance to his people of a newly signed joint venture agreement with IBA; and a selection of other good news stories.|
|Corporate Plan 2008-2013 (PDF 750KB, new window)- IBA’s five year plan developed by our Board of Directors to map our direction and articulate our vision, values and strategic pathways 2008-2013.|
|Reconciliation Action Plan (PDF 1MB, new window) – Where we set out our commitments and performance indicators for increasing Indigenous peoples’ access to finance and commercial opportunities, and the contribution we aim to make to the reconciliation process.|
|Read about the outcomes and achievements of our programs and services in 2011-2012, and join us in celebrating the many Indigenous Australians who, with IBA’s assistance, are achieving great things at an individual, community and corporate level.
Access reports from previous years in our Annual Report Archive.
|By Anna Szava and Mark Moran for IBA and the Centre for Appropriate Technology, this report highlights the key economic and social benefits of home ownership as perceived by a selection of IBA’s clients from Queensland and the Northern Territory.|
|SGS Economics and Planning report reviewing the Indigenous small business development model in Galiwin’ku, Northern Territory and determining the feasibility of implementing the model in other Indigenous communities. The review recommended that the five-step, grassroots Indigenous small business development model be extended to other Indigenous communities in rural and remote areas. The model is currently being considered for implementation in locations in the Northern Territory and Queensland.|
|Completed in October 2010, this project examines the cost effectiveness of IBA’s Home Ownership Program. On 1 July 2012, IBA’s Home Ownership Program (HOP) and Home Ownership on Indigenous Land Program were integrated into a single Indigenous Home Ownership program.|
|Fay Rola-Rubzen’s 2011 report documents findings from a survey of business owners that compares Indigenous and non-Indigenous businesses in desert and non-desert Australia. The research was funded through a partnership between Ninti One, IBA and Curtin University of Technology.|