Yarn up handbook: Decision-making by Aboriginal people

Aboriginal cultural heritage in New South Wales

The NSW Government is developing a new legal framework to improve the way Aboriginal cultural heritage is protected, managed and celebrated in NSW. The Yarn Up handbook will help guide the discussion and consideration of key questions you may have about a new governance structure.

Date
11 September 2017
Publisher
Office of Environment and Heritage
Type
Publication, Guide
Status
Final
Cost
Free
Language
English
Tags
  • ISBN 978-1-76039-925-2
  • ID OEH20170518
  • File PDF 1.4MB
  • Pages 16
  • Name aboriginal-cultural-heritage-proposed-new-legislation-framework-yarn-up-handbook-170518.pdf

Related documents

The Proposal Paper is a detailed explanation of the proposals in the legislation. It goes into detail about the context for the proposed new law, the details of the new processes and systems that the legislation will establish, the benefits to Aboriginal people, industry, government and the community, and how to give your feedback.

The Factsheet will provide you with an overview of the proposed new system, why Aboriginal cultural heritage is important to Aboriginal people and how to get more information and provide feedback.

Public information sessions

Find out about the proposed new system for managing and conserving Aboriginal cultural heritage and provide feedback on the draft legislation by taking part in our public information sessions, workshops and webinars.

To learn more and to register visit the public information sessions, workshops and webinars web page.

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