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Kenbi Land Claim handback, 21 June 2016. Speech by NLC CEO Joe Morrison.

Kenbi Land Claim handback, 21 June 2016. Speech by NLC CEO Joe Morrison.

Joe Morrison: "I want to take you on a short journey through the last four decades of the story of the Kenbi land claim. It’s been a tumultuous journey, so buckle up and come along for a bumpy ride through a long and tortuous history."

The Kenbi Land Claim explained – who gets what

The Kenbi Land Claim explained – who gets what

The details of the settlement of Australia's longest-running Aboriginal land claim are contained in this article that was first published in the April 2016 edition of Land Rights News, produced by the Northern Land Council.

Darwin Festival diary day 3 – Djalkiri – We Are Standing On Their Names

Darwin Festival diary day 3 – Djalkiri – We Are Standing On Their Names

Djalkiri is an exhibition of works by Indigenous and non-Indigenous artists created during a cross-cultural collaborative printmaking workshop at Yilpara, Blue Mud Bay, Arnhem Land in 2009. Djalkiri literally means ‘footprint’, but when applied to Yolgnu law it takes on a more profound meaning, forming the ‘spiritual foundation of the world’.