QSNTS Talks Operations, Compensation at CNTA Anthropology Conference

The Centre for Native Title Anthropology recently hosted its annual conference on 4-5 February 2021 at the UQ Women’s College in Brisbane, at which QSNTS Chief Executive Officer Kevin Smith presented a compelling speech canvassing the challenges faced by Traditional Owners on the path to self-determination.

Research Officer Mia McCulloch also participated in the Research Managers and Anthropologists panel discussion, covering QSNTS’ approach to native title compensation in this developing area of native title law.

Kevin Smith: The relevance, role, and response of native title to an expanding Indigenous Affairs landscape

In 2021, Traditional Owners must juggle the new era of compensation, complex legislative changes introduced by the Native Title Legislation Amendment Bill 2019, new regulatory requirements under the CATSI Act, as well as the response to the Juukan Gorge Inquiry, Closing the Gap Agreement and Voice to Government agenda.

See Mr Smith covering all these issues in his presentation below:

Mia McCulloch: Getting up to speed for compensation claims

Get an overview of movements in the native title compensation space and hear how QSNTS is navigating this burgeoning area of work, along with the associated challenges and opportunities.