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Australia Tasmania pledges reconciliation pathway

12:26  22 june  2021
12:26  22 june  2021 Source:   aap.com.au

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Tasmania's Liberal government has pledged to take further steps towards reconciliation with the island state's Indigenous community, including working on a pathway to treaty.

Tasmania's government will work on a pathway to treaty with the island's Aboriginal community. © Rob Blakers/AAP PHOTOS Tasmania's government will work on a pathway to treaty with the island's Aboriginal community.

Premier Peter Gutwein made the announcement on the first day of parliament since his party was returned at the May 1 state poll.

He said former governor Kate Warner would "facilitate a process to understand directly from Tasmanian Aboriginal people themselves how best to take our next steps towards reconciliation".

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"Professor Warner will provide a report to government by October this year with recommendations outlining a proposed way forward towards reconciliation," he said in a statement on Tuesday.

It will also canvass the views of Tasmanian Aboriginal people on a truth-telling process and what a pathway to treaty would consist of, he said.

"My government remains committed to stronger protection of Aboriginal heritage, and is open to proposals for further land return," Mr Gutwein said.

"However there is more to be done, and we are committed to doing this work."


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University of Tasmania humanitarian law specialist Tim McCormack will assist Prof Warner, with discussions to begin in coming weeks.

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It comes as the Liberals reiterated on Tuesday their support for a proposed cable car on Hobart's kunanyi/Mount Wellington, a plan savaged by sections of the Indigenous community.

In a group submission to Hobart City Council this week, 10 Aboriginal heritage officers claimed the project would forever damage the cultural values of the mountain.

Liberal MP Nic Street said the cable car had the potential to bring "significant investment to the state" and create new jobs.

Relations between Tasmania's Aboriginal community and the Liberal government, which has been in power since 2014, have been far from smooth.

Aboriginal leaders have held concerns with 4WD access to significant west coast areas and also raised issues with slow movement on land returns.

A recently released Tourism Master Plan for the Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area conceded Aboriginal storytelling is a "recognised gap" in the visitor experience.

The state government in March approved 15 Aboriginal place names, including Kennaook instead of Cape Grim, the site of an 1828 massacre of Indigenous people, and Taneneryouer for Suicide Bay.

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