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On the 11th of July this year, the First People’s Assembly of Victoria announced that the state Government had accepted the need for a truth-telling process and had committed to work with the Assembly on establishing such a process.
To discuss progress towards establishing a truth telling process, Assembly Co-chair Taungurung and Nira illim bulluk man, Marcus Stewart spoke to Connection Matters Radio.
“We’ve dived straight into the work, a truth injustice process,” Marcus told CMR.
“We saw it through a member led resolution, and this is going to be a community driven outcome, which is critical, which is important, and which is going to be the first in this country’s history, in this state’s history – a truth process to tell the true side of history.”
Read or listen to the full interview (above and below) for more.
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For more information on the First People’s Assembly of Victoria’s work towards truth-telling, click here
Click on the play button below to hear the full interview with Marcus Stewart