Sponsors

Principal

Centrecorp Foundation

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.

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Indigenous Land Corporation

The ILC assists Indigenous people with land acquisition and land management to achieve economic, environmental, social and cultural benefits.

The ILC’s Our Land Our Future program works in partnership with Indigenous groups across a range of land-related projects. It also works in collaboration with other organisations and government agencies to develop new projects. The following link provides more information about the ILC’s Our Land Our Future program for land acquisition and land management assistance : www.ilc.gov.au

The ILC is Indigenous-controlled with the Chairperson and at least four other Board directors required to be Indigenous people. All seven members of the board are appointed by the Minister for Indigenous Affairs.

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Northern Territory Government

Sponsors

Abbott Trustee Services

Abbott Trustee Services

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.

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Australian Electoral Commission

The Australian Electoral Commission  (AEC) is responsible for conducting federal elections and referendums and maintaining the Commonwealth electoral roll. The AEC also provides a range of electoral information and education programs and activities. The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) established the Indigenous Electoral Participation Program in 2010 to close the gap in Indigenous disadvantage in electoral participation.

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The Centrecorp Foundation

The Centrecorp Foundation 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.

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Department of the Environment

The Department of the Environment designs and implements the Australian Government’s policies and programmes to protect and conserve the environment, water and heritage and promote climate action.

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Indigenous Business Australia

Our vision is for a nation in which the First Australians are economically independent and an integral part of the economy. Our programs provide the means for Indigenous Australians to create wealth and accumulate assets, take up mainstream investment opportunities, create business enterprises that provide additional employment opportunities, and purchase homes.

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Marrawah Law

Marrawah Law is an Indigenous business certified by Supply Nation. This means that we have been independently certified as a majority Indigenous-owned, controlled and managed law firm.

Marrawah Law offers commercially focused advice to clients throughout Australia with special expertise in the areas of native title and cultural heritage. We also practice in the areas of commercial, corporate and property law.

We pride ourselves on employing Indigenous staff. We are a family focused practice that has been looking after our country for many generations and pride ourselves in assisting you in looking after your interests and country.

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Newmont Asia Pacific

Newmont Asia Pacific is the largest gold producer in one of the best mining jurisdictions in the world.

The Asia Pacific region currently accounts for about 37 percent of Newmont’s revenues, 40 percent of its gold production and 92 percent of its copper production.

Our Asia-Pacific presence is comprised of three Australian Operations. Our mines include the Tanami Operation in the Northern Territory, with Boddington and Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines (KCGM a joint venture with Barrick Australia Pacific) in Western Australia. 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 the lives through sustainable and responsible mining.

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Reconciliation Australia

Who is Reconciliation Australia?

Reconciliation Australia is an independent, national not-for-profit organisation promoting reconciliation by building relationships, respect and trust between the wider Australian community and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Our vision is for everyone to wake to a reconciled, just and equitable Australia. Our aim is to inspire and enable all Australians to contribute to reconciliation and break down stereotypes and discrimination.

Through our programs and initiatives, we work with workplaces, schools and communities to:

  • connect people and organisations
  • provide frameworks for action
  • provide resources and toolkits
  • monitor our national progress towards reconciliation
  • provide policy advice
  • promote success and engagement activities.

We will know we have achieved our vision when Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander history, culture and rights are a proud part of our everyday life.

We cannot do it alone. Join us in the reconciliation journey.
www.reconciliation.org.au

Supporters

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The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) is a Commonwealth agency whose role is to enforce the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 for the benefit of all Australians.

The ACCC has recognized that Indigenous Australians, especially those living in remote areas, continue to face challenges asserting their consumer rights. Our Indigenous ‘Your Rights Mob’ consumer protection project is designed to:

  • Build partnerships with Indigenous communities and other support agencies
  • Help inform and empower Indigenous consumers to stand up for their consumer rights.
  • Help the ACCC detect more breaches of the law at an earlier stage.

The ACCC is also looking to increase its awareness of communities and the challenges that occur. To do this we rely on people to contact us on businesses or individuals that might be visiting communities and don’t properly explain the terms and conditions of contracts, mislead people about the price of products or sell products that don’t work as advertised. Chances are if your community has been affected then others have too!

A Facebook page has been created for Indigenous consumers where we make regular updates interesting facts about consumer rights, answer questions, keep people informed on issues and ask for assistance. We also have some great videos on product safety, mobile phone contracts, door to door sales, scams and direct debits. Please check us out at www.facebook.com/ACCCYourRightsMob/

If you have any questions, concerns or want to make a complaint please give the ACCC a call on 1300 303 143, or by going to the ‘Contact Us’ tab on the ACCC website.

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Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations

The Registrar of Indigenous Corporations is an independent statutory officer holder who administers the Corporations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) Act 2006 (CATSI Act). The Registrar’s office supports and regulates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations that are incorporated under the CATSI Act.

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Perpetual

Perpetual works with communities who receive money through Native Title agreements and other sources, to help plan, invest and manage their funds, utilising trusts where appropriate. We work with community clients as a trustee and investment manager, helping build education and employment programs, preserve language and culture, expand community services, promote health and wellbeing and build commercial opportunities.

When working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, Perpetual puts community knowledge and vision at the centre of trust management. We work to build strong and enduring relationships with communities, which allow them to control the impact of their trusts in their community for generations, so that they can fund their immediate needs, and ensure there is money set aside for the future.

Become a sponsor

Do you want to become a sponsor of the leading Indigenous policy conference in Australia?

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 at Conference Dinner (for selected sponsorship only)

 

Conference enquiries

Shiane Lovell
P: 02 6246 1108
shiane.lovell@aiatsis.gov.au

Last reviewed: 19 May 2017