How have plans to reform national cultural heritage laws progressed? Radio National

Broadcast 18/05/2023
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A portrait of Jamie Lowe, the chief executive of the National Native Title Council.

When Rio Tinto blew up Juukan Gorge in Western Australia, destroying thousands of years of sacred Aboriginal culture, it did so legally.

Federal Environment Minister Tanya Plibersek says stronger laws are necessary, pledging legislative co-design with First Nations people, but there’s no set deadline for implementing the reform.

Guest: Jamie Lowe, proud Gundjitmara Djabwurrung man and CEO of the Native Title Council


Lara Sonnenschein