The Mabo decision was named after Eddie Koiki Mabo, and led to the Native Title Act.
Central to First Nations sovereignty is food sovereignty – the right to define one’s own food system. The right to produce our own cultural food.
Learn about the history of this flag, and what it means to Aboriginal people across Australia.
The Northern Territory Aboriginal Land Rights Act 1976 gives First Nations people freehold title to their land.
Water sovereignty is about First Nations people having control over waters they traditionally and rightfully own.
First Nations people are the knowledge keepers of some of the oldest forms of jurisprudence (philosophies of law).