Since November 30, 1971.

Victoria’s Truth and Justice Process

Last year, the Victorian Government announced its intention to hold a Truth and Justice process to further progress reconciliation and Treaty with First Nations people, making Victoria the first jurisdiction in the country to do so.

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The process will recognise both historical wrongs and ongoing injustices against Aboriginal people, and will play a key role in healing the wounds of the past and helping build a stronger, more resilient state for all Victorians.

Join Wurundjeri and Ngurai illum Wurrung woman Sue-Anne Hunter and Victorian Minister for Aboriginal Affairs, Prevention of Family Violence and Women Gabrielle Williams at a special MPC lunch on the Truth and Justice process.

Sue-Anne Hunter is a commissioner for the Yoo-rrook Justice Commission. She has served as National Sector Development Manager for SNAICC – National Voice for our Children, was co-chair of the Family matters campaign to end the over-representation of Aboriginal children in out-of-home care.

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