The Native Title Legislation Amendment Bill 2019 has been introduced to Federal Parliament and referred to the Senate Legal and Constitutional Committee. The Committee is calling for submissions: the closing date is 28 November 2019. Information about preparing a submission to the Committee can be found here.
The Native Title Research Unit is researching how young people are participating in native title organisations.
We are looking for PBCs that involve young people in their work through youth forums, youth advisory committees, identified youth board positions or others.
If your organisation is interested in the project, please contact Stacey Little on (02) 6261 4227 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We want to hear your PBC's story. We invite all PBCs to take part in a survey of the work you do, your plans for the future, your challenges and successes, and what you need to achieve your goals.
You can do the survey online or over the phone. To find out more and to do the survey, click here.
The National Native Title Conference 2018 was convened by the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies (AIATSIS), the Kimberley Land Council (KLC) and hosted by the Yawuru people on their traditional lands in Broome, Western Australia.
The conference was held at Cable Beach Resort from Tuesday 5 – Thursday 7 June 2018.
The speaker’s presentation and the audio recordings from the conference are now available.
Funding round for PBCs open from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet (PM&C). If your PBC is looking for funding for building capacity, resourcing for economic development, training and services, or direct support for agreement making, you can apply for the PBC Capacity Building Funding now.
Any PBC can apply and there is no closing date for the funding.
For further information, including an application form, please visit the NIAA website.