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Kulin Nation

Category: People
Location:Victoria, Australia
Summary Information:
The Kulin Nation is one of four main nations that covered what is now the State of Victoria, the other three being the Wotjobaluk, Mara and Kurnai. There are five Kulin language groups. The Wurundjeri are one of the eight clans who form the Woiwurrung language group, which is one of the five Kulin language groups.

Related Entries

Agreement
  • City of Port Phillip Memorandum of Understanding with our Indigenous Community 1999
  • Memorandum of Understanding between the City of Port Phillip and Its Indigenous Community - Signatory
  • Organisation
  • City of Yarra Aboriginal Advisory Group
  • Nillumbik Reconciliation Group
  • Darebin City Council
  • Event
  • Maribyrnong City Council Statement of Commitment to Reconcilation with Indigenous Australians
  • City of Yarra Aboriginal Recognition Statement
  • Nillumbik Shire Council Apology and Commitment to Aboriginal Reconciliation
  • Statement of Commitment by Darebin City Council
  • Melbourne City Council Statement of Commitment to Indigenous Australians
  • People
  • Wurundjeri People
  • Boonerwrung People
  • Policy/Strategy
  • Maribyrnong City Council 'Towards Reconciliation' Action Plan 1998-2001
  • Yarra Aboriginal Partnerships Plan, Wurundjeri Reconciliation and Social Justice 2004-2008

  • References

    Report
    Yarra City Council (2004) Yarra Aboriginal Partnerships Plan, Wurundjeri Reconciliation and Social Justice
    Resource
    Nillumbik Shire Council Nillumbik Shire Council Apology and Commitment to Aboriginal Reconciliation

    Glossary

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (Australia)

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