Constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians must involve structural change, not mere symbolism
Megan Davis writes that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples do not seek symbolism, and certainly not in the constitution, which distributes power across the federation. They seek change that can make a concrete difference to their lives.
The Victorian Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation's (VACCHO) response to the Productivity Commission's draft report on Mental Health.
This document is intended as a resource for people from non-Indigenous organisations considering actions they could take to build effective and respectful partnerships with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisations and communities.
This document outlines PwC's overview of the Indigenous Procurement Policy (IPP).
This report provides the views and preferences of over 201 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders, gathered through a series of 19 workshops held across Victoria between May and August 2019.
This treaty engagement report was informed by meetings with Victorian Traditional Owners, and the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations' research and policy development.
Aboriginal Child, Family and Community Care State Secretariat (AbSec)'s position paper regarding data sovereignty regarding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people being able to exercise authority over data about children and families.
This document, the Self-Determination Reform Framework, is intended to guide public service action to enable self-determination in line with government’s commitments in the VAAF. It also provides an architecture for reporting on this action.
This paper is the second in a series of discussion papers presented by the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations.