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Treaty signing between First Nations of the northern Murray-Darling Basin

Treaty signing between First Nations of the northern Murray-Darling Basin
MEDIA ALERT 10 May 2017

Today - Treaty signing between First Nations of the northern Murray-Darling Basin

 
Northern Basin Aboriginal Nations (NBAN) - Inter Nation Multilateral Treaty

At: the original site of the 1972 Embassy in Canberra
Time: 10.30am for 11am until 12.30pm
Today, Wednesday 10 May 2017

Fred Hooper
Northern Basin Aboriginal Nations
Chairman Fred Hooper

23 First Nations across southern Queensland and northern, north west, upper western and western New South Wales gathered in Canberra yesterday for today's signing of a Multilateral Treaty between these First Nations, which affirms each Nation's independent sovereign status.

These Aboriginal Nations within the Murray-Darling Basin are taking this action to affirm their continuing sovereignty and the fact that their Law, culture, customs and spirituality is the Law of the Land on and within their borders.

The signing of the Multilateral Treaty will take place at the site of the original Aboriginal Embassy, established in 1972, opposite Old Parliament House, Canberra.

Contact: Fred Hooper, 0427 957 960, fredhooper6@gmail.com
Chair of Northern Basin Aboriginal Nations (NBAN)


Northern Murray-Darling Basin Region
Northern Murray Darling Basin Aboriginal Nations:
Barkindji (Paakantyi), Githabul, Mandandanji, Barunggam, Gunggari, Mardigan, Bidjara, Jarowair, Murrawarri, Bigambul, Gwamu, (Kooma), Ngemba, Budjiti, Kunja, Ngiyampaa, Euahlayi, Kambuwal, Kwiambul, Wailwan, Gamilaroi, Maljangapa, and Wakka Wakka. (Please note: This is the list of previously published Northern Basin Aboriginal Nations may be out of date)

 

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