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Tuesday, 14 March 2017 10:39

A resource on advocating for indigenous sovereignty

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aboriginal men holding flagIndigenous sovereignty is explored in the March 2017 edition of Just In Time, a publication on social justice from the Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes in NSW or CLRI(NSW) .

This publication offers background information, updates and analysis on treaty and constitutional recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as regional dialogues are underway. Following these dialogues, the Referendum Council will outline the steps towards Constitutional Recognition by July 2017 with a referendum likely in 2018.

Download the resource below in colour or black and white and share with your networks.

For more information on this issue and on CLRI(NSW) publications, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone +612 9799 8062.

Find out more about the Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes in NSW or CLRI(NSW).

pdf Download the March 2017 issue of Just In Time on Indigenous Sovereignty (coloured) (397 KB)

pdf Download the March 2017 issue of Just In Time on Indigenous Sovereignty (black and white) (382 KB)

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