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Treaty: A Personal Perspective - Uncle Vincent Peters

Uncle Vincent Peters is a proud and passionate Aboriginal man. In finding his identity and connection to family, culture and mob, he has formed strong opinions about the Treaty Engagement process currently underway in Victoria.

 

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Treaty: Learning From The Native Americans

Native American Professor Raymond Orr talks exclusively to 3KND Treaty Correspondent Charles Pakana about some of the many lessons Victoria and Victorian TOs can learn from the history of treaties negotiated between the US Government and Native Americans.

 

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A Treaty Process Post Election?

We look back over the interviews conducted with leading Victorian politicians to determine what impact the results of the forthcoming Victorian election may have on the Treaty Process.

 

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Treaty: A Personal Perspective - Stuart McFarlane

For Warumungu (Tennant Creek, Northern Territory) man Stuart McFarlane, living in Victoria on Wurundjeri land brings challenges and questions regarding Treaty. He speaks to 3KND Treaty Correspondent Charles Pakana about his personal perspective on Treaty.

 

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Marcus Stewart, FVTOC CEO

Marcus Stewart, CEO of the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations talks candidly to Treaty Correspondent Charles Pakana about moving towards treaties in Victoria. In this interview Marcus discusses, among numerous issues, the needs for bip

 

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ANTaR Working With Community Towards Treaty

Co-Chair of ANTaR (Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation) Victoria Brigid Knight-Branniff talks to 3KND Treaty Correspondent Charles Pakana about the organisation's ongoing Victorians for Treaty Campaign.

 

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Treaty: Robbie Thorpe's Perspective

Aboriginal activist Robbie Thorpe speaks exclusively to 3KND's Balit Dhumba (Strong Talk) about treaty and what's needed in order for treaty to go forwards... and be legitimate.

 

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'Treaty: A Personal Perspective From Uncle Talgium

Uncle Talgium "Chocco" Edwards is a highly regarded elder in the Melbourne Aboriginal community. Just days off celebrating his 70th birthday, Uncle Talgium talks to 3KND Treaty Correspondent Charles Pakana, giving his personal perspective on Treaty in Vic

 

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Discussing the Batman “Treaty” with the Wurundjeri

Looking at and discussing some of the facts and fictions of the agreement that was brokered in June 1835 between John Batman and Elders of the Wurundjeri People.

 

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Linda Burney, MP Talks in Melbourne About Referendum and Voice to Parliament

Federal ALP Member of Parliament Linda Burney meets with community in Melbourne to discuss a First Nations Voice to Parliament, referendum, makaratta and more.

 

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