Treaty Community Conversations

Council Event

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Date and Time: 6:00 PM, 22 August 2019
Location: HGLC - Broadmeadows, 1079 Pascoe Vale Road
Cost: Free

Discover what a Treaty between Aboriginal Victorians and the Victorian Government means for you at the upcoming Treaty Community Conversation event in Broadmeadows.

Victoria is the first Australian state to commit to negotiating a treaty with our First Peoples. Treaty will formally recognise and celebrate Aboriginal Victorians’ unique status, rights and cultures. Treaty will benefit all Victorians - promoting reconciliation, fostering shared pride in Indigenous cultures and helping to heal the wounds of the past. It is a historic moment in the history of our state and our country.

When: Thursday 22 August 2019
Time: 6 – 8pm
Where: Hume Global Learning Centre - Broadmeadows, Seminar Room 4, 1093 Pascoe Vale Road, Broadmeadows
Bookings: or contact Corey Williams on 9205 2377 or


  • Tracey Evans, a Gundjitmara/Bundjalung woman who is passionate about her culture and community. Tracey is a local candidate for the First People’s Assembly and a resident of Hume for over 16 years. A member of the Hume City Council Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Working Group and Chairperson of the Melbourne Aboriginal Youth Sport and Recreation.
  • Aislinn Martin, Board Member of Reconciliation Victoria
  • Marcus Stewart, CEO of the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations

Moderator: Charles Pakana, Treaty Correspondent 3KND

Uncle Colin Hunter will provide a Welcome to Country at the beginning of the event.

View the flyer for the event here

Updated : 3:51 PM, 27 August 2019

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