Treaty

Alternative Camp Site for Gathering

This alternative camp site to the Aboriginal Embassy is just 18 minutes away by car, on a simple route. Bar-b-que facilities are available and bookings are not required because there is plenty of room on the large site that overlooks Mount Majura. It is also in the proximity to the 'old convent' elders hostel. View images below and directions map. We are hoping to organise a bus shuttle system - more details later. Read more about Alternative Camp Site for Gathering

Gathering of First Nations and Peoples 2016

Sovereign Union Gathering of Nations

2016 Gathering of First Nations & Peoples

 
Whether or not you fully understand the implications of Sovereignty, UDIs, Decolonisation processes or Treaties, you are welcome to attend the First Nations & Peoples Gathering to learn and/or contribute.
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Agenda - SU Gathering of First Nations & Peoples 2016

Sovereign Union
2016 Gathering of Nations
AGENDA (changes may occur).
Venue: Members Dining Room,
Old Parliament House,
Canberra. Read more about Agenda - SU Gathering of First Nations & Peoples 2016

Registration Form - SU Gathering 2016

REGISTRATION
Delegates are people representing their Nation/Clan
Name of contact person
If you don't have a Nation or Clan Group relationship place NIL (Explain in notes)
Complete if applicable
You need to make your own bookings at the Caravan Park (see 'About' link for details)

Talks held for treaty between almost 50 Indigenous nations in the Murray-Darling Basin

Murray-Darling
A treaty between the nations of the Murray-Darling Basin could help in the lobbying for Indigenous rights to water. (Picture: Melissa Macgill)

Sofie Wainwright ABC Broken Hill 12 August 2016

Representatives from almost 50 Indigenous nations across the Murray-Darling Basin have begun talks to develop a treaty. Read more about Talks held for treaty between almost 50 Indigenous nations in the Murray-Darling Basin

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