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Assembly Urges Yoo-rrook Justice Commission to Look Beyond the Letters Patent

Assembly Urges Yoo-rrook Justice Commission to Look Beyond the Letters Patent

Aunty Geraldine Atkinson provides a personal and professional perspective on some of the key recommendations contained in the FPAV's Tyerri Yoo-rrook Report
First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria Member Rueben Berg Tells It As It Is

First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria Member Rueben Berg Tells It As It Is

Assembly member Rueben Berg shares what it's like behind the scenes as one of the elected Victorian Aboriginal Traditional Owners working towards Treaty/ies in Victoria.
Yoo-rrook Justice Commission Chair Aunty Eleanor Bourke Discusses the Commission’s Letters Patent

Yoo-rrook Justice Commission Chair Aunty Eleanor Bourke Discusses the Commission’s Letters Patent

During this first of several interviews with Yoo-rrook commissioners, Aunty Eleanor Bourke, Yoo-rrook Justice Commission Chairperson, discusses some of the finer details of Commission's guiding document, the Letters Patent.
Understanding the Role of the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations

Understanding the Role of the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations

Paul Paton, CEO of the FVTOC talks on CMR about the why, what and wherefore of the Federation and its multiple roles in furthering the rights of all Victorian Traditional Owners and groups.
Working Towards Achieving an Elders’ Voice in the Victorian Treaty Process

Working Towards Achieving an Elders’ Voice in the Victorian Treaty Process

Gunditjmara Elders Aunty Charmaine Clarke and Uncle Rob Lowe talk with CMR about the need for, and work ahead in developing, the First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria's Elders' Voice.
Treaty in Victoria – Discussing the Basics with Co-Chair Marcus Stewart

Treaty in Victoria – Discussing the Basics with Co-Chair Marcus Stewart

As the democratically elected members of the First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria (FPAV) continues paving the way forward for treaties between Victorian Aboriginal people and the State Government, we take a look at some of the challenges and successes achieved to date.
First People’s Assembly of Victoria pushes forward for truth-telling


First People’s Assembly of Victoria pushes forward for truth-telling


"We're committed to getting this right. We're committed to getting treaty right. We're committed to getting truth right." - Marcus Stewart
The fight for voice, truth and treaty continues despite COVID-19

The fight for voice, truth and treaty continues despite COVID-19

It takes more than a global pandemic to put a stop of the strong and loud call for Voice, Truth and Treaty.
First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria Members Push to Engage

First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria Members Push to Engage

Members of the First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria taking it to mob with online initiatives and innovation.
Treaty Work Continues Despite COVID-19

Treaty Work Continues Despite COVID-19

First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria co-Chair Marcus Stewart discusses the ongoing path to Treaty in Victoria.
First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria Announced

First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria Announced

Following over a year of community consultations and five weeks of voting, the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria is announced.
Possum Skin Cloak Tells Stories of the Treaty Journey

Possum Skin Cloak Tells Stories of the Treaty Journey

Possum and kangaroo skins carrying stories of the journey towards treaty between Victorian government and traditional owners.

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