2016 MLDRIN Wrap Up

2016 has been a big year for Indigenous water rights in Australia and around the world! As part of MLDRIN’s commitment to report back to our member nations, we’ve prepared a wrap-up of key activities and outcomes throughout the year. This is just a sample of some of the work MLDRIN has been involved throughout 2016. In all these forums and activities, MLDRIN Delegates, Staff and Directors have worked closely with member Nations, governments and other partners to advance the rights and interests of First Nations in the Murray Darling Basin!

Click here to view the wrap-up report.

Click on the links under each section for more information.

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