The latest news from Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC)

 

How you can help progress Treaty in Victoria

GLaWAC received a recent update from Jill Gallagher AO, Victorian Treaty Advancement Commissioner about how we can help progress Treaty negotiations. The First Peoples™ Assembly of Victoria (the Assembly) will soon be established and Aboriginal people and the...

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Join GLaWAC for the Pelican Count – Sunday 7 April

The Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation (GLaWAC) are participating in the annual Great Pelican Count at Sperm Whale Head on Sunday 7 April, and the invitation is open to interested members of the public to join GLaWAC aboard the Lady Jodie and help...

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Fingerboards Mine Proposal – details available here

GLaWAC Interim Position Statement- Fingerboards Mining - Final 020519 - click on this link to read GLaWAC's Interim Position Statement. Fingerboards Mine Proposal - Overview March 2019 - click on this link to view a powerpoint presentation providing an overview of the...

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Hot off the press – GLaWAC News Jalandook (Summer) 2019

Welcome to the Jalandook (Summer) edition of GLaWAC News. It's a bumper edition and showcases the great work GLaWAC has been delivering over recent months on behalf of its members. We've introduced a new layout and welcome your feedback. GLaWAC News Jalandook (Summer)...

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RAP On-Country Crew video

Click here to listen to GLaWAC's Registered Aboriginal Party (RAP) crew talk about their work and what cultural heritage means to them.

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GLaWAC Annual General Meeting and Annual Report 2017-2018

GLaWAC held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Friday 23 November 2018 with over 40 members and stakeholders attending. In response to member feedback, the AGM was held in two locations: GLaWAC's corporate headquarters at Forestec and via video-link at the DELWP...

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New videos have been uploaded!

Check out the new videos that have been uploaded to the 'Resource - video gallery' section on the website. Videos from the NAIDOC Week Boat Cruise, the GLaWAC overview video and the East Gippsland Shire Council Cultural Awareness video.

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