Self-Determination Fund

Building capacity, wealth and prosperity for current and future generations.

As part of the journey towards Treaty in Victoria, the Assembly wants to establish a Self-Determination Fund — a financial resource that will enable Traditional Owners to enter Treaty negotiations with the State Government on a more level playing field, and empower First Peoples to build capacity, wealth, and prosperity for current and future generations.

To find out more about the Self-Determination Fund, check out our information sheet below.

Information Sheet: Self-Determination Fund

Have your say on the Self-Determination Fund

The Assembly is seeking feedback on its early plans for the Self Determination Fund and has prepared this discussion paper.

We really want to hear from you as Traditional Owners and/or Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Victoria. So please, have a read of the discussion paper and provide any feedback and ideas you want to share.

VIEW DISCUSSION PAPER

Have your say

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Other ways to provide feedback

Feedback can be provided in any form; in writing, an audio recording or a video recording. Feedback can be provided by:

  • Email to engagement@firstpeoplesvic.org
  • Letter to:
    First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria,
    48 Cambridge St, Collingwood VIC 3066
  • Phone on 1800 873 289 (between 9:00am to 5:00pm AEDT Monday to Friday). We can make a time with you to take your response over the phone.

Please contact us if you would like a presentation or a meeting on this Discussion Paper.