First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria

Powerful. Independent. Culturally strong.
We are the voice for Aboriginal communities in the Victorian Treaty process.

After years of tireless advocacy from Aboriginal leaders, Victoria is the first state to progress Treaty discussions.

The First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria is the voice for Aboriginal communities across the state, representing them in the next phase of the Treaty process.

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AFL and Cricket Australia must take action following revelation of early star’s connection to massacre of Aboriginal people

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The Co-Chair of the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria is calling for the Australian Football League…

Current vacancies: Digital Communications Adviser

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This is an Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander Designated Position, classified under 'special measures' of…

Opinion: United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples Anniversary

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The principles of UNDRIP are reflected in the fight for Indigenous rights around the world.…

Our Community

Community voices and input is key on the journey towards Treaties.
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Our Assembly Members

The Assembly is made up of proud Aboriginal leaders. All are Traditional Owners of country in Victoria who are elected and appointed by their communities.
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Our work

Find out more about our areas of work on the journey towards Treaties.

Cultural Governance

Elders’ Voice

Self-determination Fund

Treaty Authority

Treaty Negotiation Framework

Truth-Telling