First Nations Portfolio

Open Consultation

From time to time the First Nations Portfolio seeks input from its stakeholders and members of the public on its activities. The Portfolio is currently accepting submissions for the consultations listed below. To make a submission, please download and review the NARU review progress report (draft) and provide your comments and feedback via the Submissions Portal.

NARU Review Consultation
Closing Date

The First Nations Portfolio is currently reviewing the ANU North Australia Research Unit. Stakeholder organisations, groups, and individuals are invited to comment on the current NARU Review, particularly in relation to the questions posed in the discussion paper, but more general comments will also be welcomed and considered.

First Nations Portfolio

Acknowledgement of Country

ANU acknowledges the Ngunnawal and Ngambri people, who are the Traditional Owners of the land upon which the University’s Acton campus is located.

This Ngunnawal-Ngambri land supports students throughout their time at ANU. It will continue to hold a space for future generations to come together, and learn from Country and one another.

We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, Indigenous peoples, past, present and future, and acknowledge that this land from which we benefit has an ancient history that is both rich and sacred.

The ANU community makes a commitment to always respect the land upon which we stand and ensure that the voices of this land’s Indigenous peoples are both heard and listened to so that we may move towards a future marked by cooperation and mutual respect.