Category: Minister for Aboriginal Affairs

Over 100 Victorian Aboriginal Leaders Now Honoured

Nine inspiring Aboriginal leaders have been inducted into the Victorian Aboriginal Honour Roll at a ceremony last night in Melbourne. The Honour Roll celebrates the achievements of Victorian Aboriginal people, past and present. This year marks the eighth year of the Honour Roll, with more than 100 Aboriginal Victorians now inducted. Each inductee has dedicated […]

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Wurundjeri Given Full Control Of Galeena Beek Properties

The Andrews Labor Government has given full control of three properties in Healesville to the Traditional Owners, the Wurundjeri. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins visited the Wurundjeri Tribe Land and Compensation Cultural Heritage Council today to give them full control and ownership the properties, which were used by the Galeena Beek Aboriginal Organisation. Galeena […]

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Victoria Launches A New Framework For Closing The Gap

The Andrews Labor Government has launched a new framework to help close the gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Victorians.  Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins joined members of the Victorian Aboriginal community to launch the new Victorian Aboriginal Affairs Framework 2018-2023. As the Federal Government continue to develop a refreshed Close the Gap strategy, the […]

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Treaty Grant Provided To Bunurong Corporation

The Andrews Labor Government is supporting the Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation to engage more Aboriginal Victorians on the state’s historic Treaty process. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins today announced a $55,000 Treaty Engagement Grant for Corporation through the Treaty Community Engagement Program. The Bunurong Land Council Aboriginal Corporation will use the grant to […]

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Treaty Grant Provided To 3 Kool N Deadly Radio

The Andrews Labor Government is supporting 3 Kool N Deadly to engage more Aboriginal Victorians on the state’s historic Treaty process. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins today announced a $100,000 Treaty Circle Grant for the radio station as part of the Treaty Community Engagement Program. 3 Kool N Deadly Radio will broadcast on treaty-related […]

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Treaty Grant For Wurundjeri Corporation

The Andrews Labor Government is supporting the Wurundjeri Land and Compensation Cultural Heritage Council Aboriginal Corporation to engage more Aboriginal Victorians in the state’s historic Treaty process. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins announced a Treaty Engagement Grant of almost $94,000 for the Corporation through the Treaty Community Engagement Program. The grant will be used […]

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Treaty Grant For Wadawurrung

The Andrews Labor Government is supporting Wadawurrug to engage more Aboriginal Victorians in the state’s historic Treaty process. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins announced a $75,000 Treaty Engagement Grant for Wadawurrung through the Treaty Community Engagement Program. The project will work with Wadawurrung Traditional Owners, surrounding Traditional Owners and other Aboriginal Victorians across Wadawurrung […]

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Treaty Grant For Bangerang Aboriginal Corporation

The Andrews Labor Government is supporting the Bangerang Aboriginal Corporation (BAC) to engage more Aboriginal Victorians in the state’s historic Treaty process. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins announced a $9,500 Treaty Circle Grant for BAC through the Treaty Community Engagement Program. BAC will run a Treaty information session with members of the Corporation as […]

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Keeping The Aboriginal Community At The Heart Of Treaty

The Andrews Labor Government is engaging even more Aboriginal Victorians in the state’s historic Treaty process with a second round of Treaty grants. Minister for Aboriginal Affairs Natalie Hutchins today announced almost $1.3 million for 19 Aboriginal organisations as part of the second round of the Treaty Community Engagement Program. The successful organisations include the […]

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Deadly Questions Shifts Focus To Treaty

The second phase of the Deadly Questions campaign, launching this week, will focus on the important role of Treaty in Victoria and what Treaty could mean for both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Victorians. Campaign champions answer questions such as ‘What will a Treaty mean for all Victorians’ and ‘Why is self-determination important to Aboriginal people?’ The […]

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