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Pursuing the Truth for all of Victoria. Yoo-rrook Commissioner Sue-Anne Hunter

Posted by: Charles Pakana
Published: 2 December 2021
Categories: Treaty | Video

In June 2020 The First Peoples’ Assembly of Victoria called on the Victorian State Government to work towards establishing a truth and justice process.

A process that would inquire into both historical and ongoing injustices against First Peoples in Victoria since colonisation.

Less than one year later, in May 2021, the Yoo-rrook Justice Commission was legally established with the powers of a royal commission and its five commissioners were announced.

Yoo-rrook Commissioner, Wuruindjeri and Ngurai Illum Wurrung woman, Sue-Anne Hunter speakes with Victorian Aboriginal News on the banks of Birrarung (the Yarra River).

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