Issue 48 | December 2018
BackgroundAustralia is the only Commonwealth nation that has no Treaty with its Indigenous population. So, in 2017, the Victorian government sought to introduce its own Treaty legislation after extensive consultation with Aboriginal people from across the state. However, research showed the Victorian public knew little about Aboriginal cultures. There was a deep cultural divide between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Victorians. Further, very few people knew what a Treaty was, let alone supported one.
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