Victoria is leading the country on advancing Aboriginal self-determination and the development of a Treaty. The Victorian Government is committed to Aboriginal self-determination and the process is occurring through a new engagement framework.
This session explores the Victorian Government’s Aboriginal Affairs Framework initiative, which includes 11 self-determination principles and provides a better understanding as to the current status of the Treaty process.
Become a voice in exploring the vision for Aboriginal self-determination, what it means in practice, and how the Victorian Government is empowering and involving Aboriginal Victorians through culturally safe practices, partnerships, and shared decision making.
Shining a light on promising practices that embrace cultural diversity, this session will bring ideas to the forefront, as the challenges and triumphs of the concept of Aboriginal self-determination are explored through discussion including what the broader public sector needs to know, reflect on and do to best support Aboriginal self-determination.
Be a voice, and start the week through improved understanding, actively support Aboriginal self-determination, instigate change to achieve better outcomes for Aboriginal Victorians.
Who Are The Speakers?
Why Should I Attend?
Understand what is Aboriginal self-determination, and its role in Victoria and the current status of the Treaty process.
Identify how the public sector can implement practices, processes and procedures to recognise and support Aboriginal self-determination.
Champion Aboriginal self-determination, and its role in Victoria and the current status of the Treaty process.
Who Should Attend?
Anyone who works in the public sector in Victoria
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