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Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Legislation

Topic: Environment

The Office of Environment & Heritage is changing the way Aboriginal cultural heritage is conserved and managed in NSW and is seeking feedback on the proposed new system.

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What's this about?

The Office of Environment & Heritage is seeking community input on a proposed new system for managing and conserving Aboriginal cultural heritage.

This involves changing the law for conserving and managing Aboriginal cultural heritage and includes the draft Aboriginal cultural heritage legislation. This will form the cornerstone of a new legal framework that will, over time, also include new regulations, policies and guidelines.

There will be a series of information sessions, workshops and webinars from September 2017 to March 2018 to explain the proposed new system and to seek feedback.

Have your say

There are five ways you can provide your feedback:

Have your say by 20 April 2018.

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