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NTCOSS eBulletin


e-Bulletin, 30 June 2022

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3 As we head into NAIDOC week there is a lot to celebrate. Australian of the Year for the Northern Territory Leanne Liddle has been calling for more public art and statues in the NT to honour the work of Aboriginal pioneers. NTCOSS is thrilled to hear that the Alice Springs Town Council unanimously voted to design, consult and construct a series of monuments that celebrate and commemorate the Aboriginal history of Mbantua/Alice Springs. This motion was spear headed by Michael Liddle. We look forward to seeing the Top End Councils and Northern Territory Government follow this great leadership. The NT Treaty Commission has released its final report. The report found significant support for Treaties and steps out a treaty-making framework for the Territory. We look forward to seeing the NT Governments response to this important work. Click here to read the full report. Deborah Di Natale NTCOSS CEO NTCOSS is a not for profit, member based, peak body for the social and community services sector in the Northern Territory. We're an advocate for social justice on behalf of people and communities in the NT, who may be affected by poverty and disadvantage. NTCOSS acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout the Northern Territory and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging. Aboriginal sovereignty has not been ceded. The NTCOSS eBulletin is delivered to your inbox every Thursday afternoon. We welcome submissions and encourage you to forward to interested contacts and friends. Don't forget to check out the NTCOSS website and follow us on Facebook and Twitter.

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