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Understanding the Role of the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations

Posted by: Charles Pakana
Published: 25 August 2021
Categories: Audio | Community

From working with Traditional Owner groups on the development of culturally appropriate caring for country strategies to providing assistance to groups seeking formal Traditional Owner recognition, the Federation of Victorian Traditional Owner Corporations (FVTOC).

Joining me on the program is Paul Paton, CEO of the FVTOC. In this open conversation we explore the why, what and wherefore of the Federation and its multiple roles in furthering the rights of all Victorian Traditional Owners and groups.

FVTOC Contact Details

https://www.fvtoc.com.au
12-14 Leveson Street,
North Melbourne, VIC, 3051
(03) 9321 5388
info@fvtoc.com.au

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