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Protocol Agreement between Alexandrina Council and Ngarrindjeri People

Date: 8 October 2002
Sub Category:Framework Agreement | Regional Agreement
State/Country:South Australia, Australia
Alternative Names:
  • Kungun Ngarrindjeri Yunnan Agreement ('Listen to Ngarrindjeri People talking')
  • Subject Matter:Cultural Heritage | Local Government |
    Summary Information:
    The Protocol Agreement signed on the 8 October 2002 by the Alexandrina Council and Ngarrindjeri People is an agreement whereby both parties have agreed to collaborate on any future developments involving traditional lands within the council area.
    Detailed Information:
    A proper heritage agreement had not been entered into prior to work commencing on the Goolwa wharf, and the Agreement came into being following the discovery of Aboriginal remains near the Hindmarsh Island bridge at the wharf redevelopment site. The Agreement includes a $20,000 payment for monitors nominated by the Ngarrindjeri people to oversee future excavation work at the wharf precinct.

    Related Entries

  • Alexandrina Council - Signatory
  • Ngarrindjeri Heritage Committee
  • Event
  • Statement of Apology by Alexandrina Council to the Ngarrindjeri People
  • People
  • Ngarrindjeri People - Signatory

  • Glossary

    Framework Agreement | Regional Agreement

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