Wiltshire + Dimas were proud to have played a key role in arranging the first seminar – titled ‘Niiringal (The Day After) Implementation of Uluru Part One: Treaty and Settlement’ – as part of the Murru waaruu (On Track) Seminar Series, on behalf of the Australian National University’s First Nations Portfolio.
The First Nations Portfolio is a branch of the ANU Executive that strives to ensure the University leads national policy discussions about reforming the relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and the nation-state.
Over the course of 2023, six Murru waaruu (On Track) seminars will explore the development and implementation of a policy framework that facilitates the economic empowerment of First Nations Australians, seeking to deliver on the outcomes of the 2022 Marramarra murru (Creating Pathways) Economic Development Symposium.
The first seminar in the Murru waaruu series was titled, ‘Niiringal (The Day After) Implementation of Uluru Part One: Treaty and Settlement,’ and featured distinguished speakers including Harold Calla, Jamie Lowe, Professor Asmi Wood, Glen Kelly, and Ben Wyatt.
Delegates at the one-day seminar examined the legal principles, national and international conventions, and case studies from Australian and comparable nations’ governments and courts, in relation to the realisation of economic self-determination for Indigenous peoples.
Client: First Nations Portfolio, Australian National University
Location: QT Canberra
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