On 13-14 August 2019 in Darwin we hosted the...
14th National Indigenous Legal Conference
True Justice: Integrating Indigenous Perspectives
concurrent to the inaugural Indigenous Health Justice Conference
We are incredibly honoured to receive extensive feedback from people across the nation as to the quality and experience of the 14th National Indigenous Legal Conference (NILC).
We are also appreciative of the many organisers and guest speakers who made this experience possible, and to showcase the talent, insights and expertise of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Excellence in Law and Health Justice.
We look forward to seeing you in the Northern Territory when we host the NILC.
We thank our sponsors for making this conference possible.
The 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages session held at the Supreme Court was recorded thanks to the support of the Australian National University College of Law:
Day 2 Opening Address by the Hon. Justice Jenny Blokland the contribution of women in our legal system
Yolngu-matha Reverse Court Role Play (coming soon)
Aboriginal Perspectives from Central Australia & the Barkly
YouTube video coming soon - Yolngu-matha reverse court role play (we're working on it).
"Seriously it was one of the best conferences that I have attended…and I’ve been to a few!"
(we received similar feedback across the board).
"The conference was an exceptional showcase of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leadership, collaboration and talent. The presentations were inspiring, though-provoking and insightful."
"Including the Indigenous Health Justice perspective worked so well. There are so many intersections between our work and it was great to see this and hear from so many working together."
"The energy and vibe was amazing. There was so much talent and Black Excellence and the emcees did an incredible job. It was inspiring to be a part and mobilising for action."
"You guys had great gifts and merch."
Where conference speakers have provided consent we have shared content below.