• Day #2 of the Aboriginal Victoria Forum - a special youth event (AAP)Source: AAP
Talking Treaty: A two-day public event in Melbourne aims to offer Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples living in Victoria an exciting opportunity to shape the relationship between the Indigenous community and Victorian Government by joining the conversation on self–determination, treaty and representative structures.
By
Jerico Mandybur

25 May 2016 - 4:47 PM  UPDATED 26 May 2016 - 5:42 PM

Moderated by NITV's Stan Grant and featuring two days-worth of Q&A sessions, panel discussions, keynote speeches, interactive workshops and performances by Aboriginal artists - the Aboriginal Victoria Forum on self-determination and treaty is a significant event in wider discussions and debates around constitution recognition and sovereignty.

NITV will be covering all the conversations and ideas over TV, online and social. Get involved by using the official hashtag #selfdeterminationVIC.

Tune in below to watch all the action from Day #2 (a special youth forum) LIVE from the Melbourne Convention Centre. 

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