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National Congress of Australia's First Peoples

 

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The National Congress of Australia's First Peoples is the national representative voice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The Congress was developed through consultation and submissions to a Steering Committee, auspiced by the Australian Human Rights Commission. An ethics council has been responsible for developing standards for the Congress, and will continue to provide independent advice on standards and guidelines for the Congress. The Congress will be made up of 120 people who will be elected by Indigenous Australians. The Congress was officially unveiled on 2 May 2010, which is when the board of directors was also announced.

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National Congress of Australia's First Peoples
PO Box 1446
Strawberry Hills NSW 2012
Email: info@nationalcongress.com.au

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Last updated: 29 April 2013
 
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