GJC is an Aboriginal communications, public-relations and training agency with additional experience in publishing, events, film, radio and television production, through its sister organisations, Vibe Australia and Deadly TV.
GJC has worked at the forefront of Aboriginal communications in the public and private sectors for more than 20 years, specialising in the areas of health, employment, training, cultural awareness, the arts and sport. The management of large projects involving the coordination of Aboriginal communities with Government is a role that GJC is often called upon to facilitate and manage.
GJC has a long and extensive history of liaising with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities at local, state and national levels. GJC’s networks within Aboriginal Australia spread from Oyster Cove in Tasmania to Bamaga in Cape York, from Redfern in NSW to Derby and Broome in WA, and from Alice Springs to Darwin.
Our approach recognises that effective communications with Indigenous communities can often be achieved through existing service providers, key alliances, intermediaries and trusted ‘information gatekeepers’. We are committed to providing all our clients with individual approaches that suit their agency and the community.
Most importantly, our approach is built on the basis of respect for all Aboriginal people and Torres Strait Islanders.
GJC has been a member of Supply Nation (formerly the Australian Indigenous Minority Supplier Council (AIMSC)) since the Hon. Jenny Macklin, Minister for Families, Housing, Community Services, announced the innovative business program in September 2009.
Supply Nation aims to contribute to the creation of a sustainable, vibrant and prosperous Indigenous enterprise sector in Australia, by facilitating the integration of Indigenous business into the supply chain of Corporations and Government agencies.