Laying the Foundations for Treaty: Agreements, Treaties & Negotiated Settlements (ATNS) Seminar & Website Relaunch
Join us for a conversation about treaty, agreement making and nation building to launch the new Agreements, Treaties and Negotiated Settlements (ATNS) website.
ATNS is a one of a kind resource, aiming to empower Traditional Owners through information. Recently re-developed in a partnership between the University of Melbourne (UoM) and the National Native Title Council (NNTC), ATNS is an information gateway, capturing the range and variety of agreement making with First Nations peoples in Australia and other parts of the world. Its purpose is to encourage transparency and knowledge around agreement making, with a focus on nation building, First Nations governance and treaty.
Join Professor Pip Nicholson (Dean of Melbourne Law School), in conversation with Professor Marcia Langton AO (Foundation Chair of Australian Indigenous Studies, UoM), Jamie Lowe (CEO of the NNTC & member of the VIC First Peoples’ Assembly) and Amanda Porter (Senior Fellow, Indigenous Programs, Melbourne Law School), with an introduction by the Hon Ken Wyatt AM, MP. The panel will explore how data, research and knowledge contribute to nation building and treaty processes.
This University of Melbourne-hosted event takes place on 12 November: ‘Laying the Foundations for Treaty: Agreements, Treaties & Negotiated Settlements (ATNS) new website launch’. Join us for an introduction to ATNS and live webinar Q&A.
This free event is part of the National Treaties Summit (NTS) webinar series. NTS is a national dialogue contributing to the momentum of agreement making and treaty across Australia. NTS is co-organised by Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTaR), the NNTC and UoM.
This online event takes place on Thursday 12 November, 6-7.15pm AEDT. Tickets are free but registration is essential. Register here: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PdkMByBkQSO2yBmeKfTccg