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A short film about Community Co-Design on Martu ngurra

In this film, Terrance Jack from Jamukurnu-Yapalikurnu Aboriginal Corporation describes the fight for Native Title rights and basic services, such as functioning sewerage and clean water, on Martu ngurra (Country) in the Central Western Desert.

Our role has been to facilitate the community co-design process, ensuring that people are empowered to contribute to the decisions that impact their lives. Martu will use the outcomes of this work in their continuing negotiations with the State Government. We are incredibly lucky to be involved in this work.

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