We are now inviting applications from organisations who wish to support the 2018 National Native Title Conference. If your organisation is interested in becoming a sponsor of this year's conference, please contact us below.
Benefits of sponsorship
- The National Native Title Conference is the leading Indigenous policy conference in Australia
- The conference is highly promoted through AIATSIS publications, advertising, online networks and media.
- Promotion of your organisation through our website, conference materials and merchandise and throughout the conference sessions.
- Trade Stall opportunity for your organisation to be involved in the Conference Trade Fair (for selected sponsorship only)
- It supports Indigenous people from around Australia to attend the conference as speakers or delegates
- Free registration/s offered (for selected sponsorship only)
- VIP table seating at Conference Dinner (for selected sponsorship only)
- Download the 2018 National Native Title Conference Sponsorship Package (PDF, 3.5MB)
- Download the 2017 National Native Title Conference Report (PDF, 7MB)
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of the 2018 National Native Title Conference please contact:
P: 02 6246 1108
National Native Title Conference 2018 sponsors and supporters
Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet provides high-quality policy advice to the Prime Minister and the Cabinet on matters at the forefront of public and government administration, including domestic and international affairs and Commonwealth-state relations.
The Department also has responsibility for Indigenous policies, programs and service delivery, reflecting the high priority the Australian Government has placed on its reform agenda to improve outcomes for Indigenous peoples.
Indigenous Land Corporation
The Indigenous Land Corporation strategically invests in Indigenous held land and waters to foster prosperity and empowerment among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. We aim to create economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits by assisting in the acquisition and management of land (and waters) of the Indigenous Estate.
This includes economic independence (in particular jobs for Indigenous people); social benefit through stronger families; cultural identity and connection to country; and environmental sustainability.
People. Land Opportunity.
Indigenous Business Australia
Indigenous Business Australia serves, partners and invests with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who want to own their future. We go further than provide money; we
invest in people, places and ideas that can’t wait. We help make them real.
We’re deeply invested in the financial success and economic independence of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders.
It’s why we exist.
Centrecorp Aboriginal Investment Corporation Pty Ltd
The Centrecorp Foundation is primarily focussed on the needs of young Aboriginal people in disadvantaged circumstances.
The composition of the Foundation’s Board provides broad representation to identify, assess and decide on donations.
The Centrecorp Foundation maintains a focus on education, providing assistance to youths from disadvantaged families who might otherwise be unable to pursue their aspirations and abilities at school, TAFE or university.
The Centrecorp Foundation encourages and supports a broad range of activities including participation in sporting, cultural, personal development, community service and social activities.
Welcome Reception Sponsor
The Healing Foundation is a national Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander organisation that partners with communities to address the ongoing trauma caused by actions such as the forced removal of children from their families and communities. Trauma, and the legacy of past policies and practices, can rob families and communities of hope and purpose. The Healing Foundation works with communities, members of the Stolen Generations and their descendants, to design solutions to seemingly unsolvable problems. The Healing Foundation’s evaluations show amazing outcomes can be achieved when Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are supported to lead and develop their own responses.
The Healing Foundation continues to build the national evidence base on healing complex trauma. Drawing on these lessons it is building a theory of change that values both Indigenous cultural knowledge and the international evidence base on trauma. It has supported more than 135 culturally strong, community led Indigenous healing projects around Australia, and over 19,600 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, women and men have participated in healing activities. About 94% of participants have reported improvements in their social and emotional wellbeing.
Abbott Native Title Trustees
Abbott Trustee Services (ATS) offers a number of services to the Aboriginal community across Australia.
The primary role of ATS is to carry out the role of Trustee for a number of Native Title Trusts established as a result of native title agreements between Aboriginal claim groups and mining companies, state governments and other government agencies.
In carrying out the role of Trustee, ATS interacts with a number of organisations including Aboriginal groups, mining companies, government agencies, shires and Native Title Representative Bodies and Native Title Services.
ATS also provides accounting, bookkeeping and administrative services to Aboriginal organisations such as corporations (ORIC) and enterprises (ASIC).
In addition ATS provides logistical and heritage coordination services to mining companies, native title lawyers, government agencies, local government and other organisations seeking outcomes with Aboriginal groups.
ATS also offers auditing of mining agreements and royalty payments, strategic planning and meeting facilitation services to Aboriginal groups.
ATS provides an experienced, professional and transparent service to its clients.
The Staff at ATS have extensive experience of working with Aboriginal people which means they have a respectful understanding of Aboriginal people and their culture.
Australian Unity Limited
Australian Unity is a health, wealth and living organisation providing products and services designed to help people thrive. More than one million Australians have created a bright future with us.
As a mutual company, we trace our roots back to a group of farsighted individuals who met in Melbourne over 175 years ago. They were determined and optimistic that they might establish an organisation that would provide for their own and their communities’ needs—needs unmet by the government of the day.
Today, our purpose remains the same. Australians are now faced with challenges including creating financial security in an increasingly uncertain economic environment, managing increasing rates of chronic disease, and securing a dignified and healthy retirement. Our organisation is shaped to address these and other community challenges.
Our businesses span operations providing healthcare, financial services, and retirement and living services, employing more than 7,500 people across Australia.
Marrawah Law Pty Ltd
Marrawah Law is Queensland's only Supply Nation certified Indigenous Legal Practice and is home to the current Queensland Law Society First Nations Lawyer of the Year 2018.
Marrawah Law means ‘One Law’. It is the bringing together of two nations’ laws. Our lawyers know how important it is to ‘do business the right way, not the easy way’.
Our aim in legal practice is simple. We don't just give our client's a voice. We let them speak through us in accordance with their laws and customs on country. We have a strong focus on helping Indigenous people to succeed in business and provide top quality legal services.
Minerals Council of Australia
The Minerals Council of Australia represents Australia’s world-class exploration, mining and minerals processing industry.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples are the first peoples of this nation and much of the land on which the industry operates is covered by native title, or state and territory Aboriginal land rights and/or heritage legislation.
The minerals sector’s approach to working with Indigenous communities is founded in mutual respect and recognises the rights and interests of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in relation to the lands and waters to which there is a special connection.
The sector engages with local communities as key stakeholders, acknowledging traditional and cultural connections. The sector believes that the communities it works closely with should materially benefit from associated mining activity.
Visit www.minerals.org.au for more information about the Minerals Council of Australia.
Newmont Australia operates three of Australia’s largest gold mines including Boddington, Kalgoorlie Consolidated Mines (KCGM - a joint venture with Barrick Australia Pacific) in Western Australia and the Tanami Operation in the Northern Territory. At the end of 2016 Australia accounted for 30 percent of Newmont’s global gold Reserves.
Newmont acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which our mines and offices are situated and we pay our respects to them and their Elders both past and present.
Newmont’s purpose is to create value and improve lives through sustainable and responsible mining.
Perth Convention Bureau
Funded by the West Australian Government through Tourism WA and by the City of Perth, the Perth Convention Bureau drives the business events sector in Perth and Western Australia by securing large, high yield NFP conference events and marketing the City and State as a premium business events destination.
Reconciliation Australia is an independent not-for-profit organisation that promotes and facilitates respect, trust and positive relationships between the wider Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Our purpose is to inspire and enable all Australians to contribute to the reconciliation of the nation. Our vision is for a just, equitable and reconciled Australia.
Our vision of national reconciliation is based on five critical dimensions: race relations, equality and equity, institutional integrity, unity and historical acceptance. These five dimensions do not exist in isolation; they are inter-related and Australia can only achieve full reconciliation if we progress in all five.