Want more information? Below is a list of useful links and resources generated by the First Peoples Assembly of Victoria and an archive of resources produced by the Victorian Treaty Advancement Commission.
Information on the Treaty process
Discussion paper: Examples of rights available under statewide and local Treaties 1.50 MB 255 downloadsOne of the first decisions for the Assembly was to decide the type of Treaty model...
Infographic: About the interim dispute resolution process 633.29 KB 166 downloadsThe Assembly needs to agree a process to resolve disputes that arise between the...
Factsheet: Treaty, treaties or both - opportunities in each model 1.83 MB 157 downloadsThe type of Treaty model (a statewide Treaty for all Aboriginal Victorians, multiple...
Information on the Assembly
Supporting analysis paper: Additional forms of recognition 1.26 MB 50 downloadsSupporting analysis paper on additional forms of recognition for the purposes of...
First Peoples' Assembly of Victoria - Strategy on a page 618.19 KB 154 downloadsFirst Peoples' Assembly of Victoria strategy on a page highlighting purpose, guiding...
2019 Elders consultations on a definition of an Elder 188.27 KB 75 downloads2019 Elders consultations on a definition of an Elder ...
Report: Statewide Gathering / Feedback
This report gives details on community feedback on the proposed First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria model, released in September 2018. It outlines what the Commission is working on in response to the feedback.
Final Treaty Working Group Report: Design of the Aboriginal representative body
This report outlines the Aboriginal Treaty Working Group’s final recommended design for the First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria (formerly referred to as the Aboriginal representative body) as informed by community consultation and the recommendations of the Community Assembly.
It was handed to the Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Hon Natalie Hutchins MP in March 2018.
Final statement: Community Assembly
This is the final report from the Community Assembly, a group of 31 Aboriginal people who resolved key questions in late 2017.
The Assembly made recommendations around the election process for the Aboriginal representative body.
Every recommendation has been accepted by the Treaty Working Group.
Establishing Instrument of the Victorian Treaty Advancement Commission
Proclaimed by Governor in Council on 12 December, 2017
This Establishing Instrument creates the office of the Victorian Treaty Advancement Commissioner.
It specifies the Commissioner’s responsibilities, and outlines key matters relating to the operations of the Commissioner, such as staffing, governance and reporting responsibilities.
Deadly Questions – find out more, and ask questions about Aboriginal cultures
Reconciliation Victoria – statewide body promoting reconciliation across Victoria
Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTaR) – an independent national network, working in support of justice, rights and respect for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Quarterly Reports of the Victorian Treaty Advancement Commission
Archived information sheets
Note content may no longer be current. See factsheets at top of page for most up to date information.