Why a Treaty is Vital

Natalie Cromb

A Treaty is vital to the future of this nation. But again, it is not a cure-all. Constitutional change is symbolic; it is not a cure-all. A Treaty is the first meaningful step in ensuring that there is engagement of all in the success of its outcomes. Treaty is the insurance policy we need that we can hold the government accountable for their actions so real gains can be made for the Indigenous people of Australia. ...


Why a Treaty is Vital by Natalie Cromb.


Video of Natalie Cromb talking at a Treaty Forum with journalist Jeff McMullen.

When: 7:30pm, 14th November 2016

Where: Mona Vale Memorial Hall, 1606 Pittwater Rd, Mona Vale, Sydney.

All welcome - this is a Free night, including light supper






The Aboriginal Support Group - Manly Warringah Pittwater (ASG) started in 1979 as a treaty organisation and later developed into a group of people committed to supporting Indigenous Australians in their broader struggle for justice. Located on the Northern Beaches of Sydney, members of the ASG share a passion to see right relationships forged between Indigenous and settler Australians. Working in our local area, we seek to change the way non-Aboriginal people understand and relate to Aboriginal Australians. We never speak on behalf of Aboriginal people and are committed to 'be there' for Aboriginal people with effective, informed support. The ASG meets regularly to discuss issues, causes and events, to plan actions, to share friendship and experiences. Work is shared by trusted volunteers.