Recognised Aboriginal Representative Body Status

RARB Status

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On 29 October 2021 Kokatha Aboriginal Corporation was appointed as the Recognised Aboriginal Representative Body (RARB) for its native title determination area under Part 2B of the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988 (SA). KAC is the first approved by the State Aboriginal Heritage Committee under the Aboriginal Heritage Act 1988. Its appointment follows that of the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara and Maralinga Tjarutja RARBs, which were automatically appointed when the legislation was amended in 2017.

How did KAC get RARB status

KAC and the history of RARB

What is the background to this historic RARB status
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How does it benefit Kokatha people

RARB and Kokatha benefits

Why is the RARB good for Kokatha people
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How does it benefit all Aboriginal people

RARB and Aboriginal people

How does RARB status help all Aboriginal people
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How does it protect Aboriginal Heritage

RARB and Heritage Protection

What does Heritage Protection mean under RARB
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Who will be recognised TO's

Traditional Owners and the TO Register

Who will be recognised and what will this mean
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To read and download the Kokatha Aboriginal Corporation (KAC) RARB policies

For more information about Recognised Aboriginal Representative Bodies (RARBs) visit the Government of South Australia РDepartment of the Premier and Cabinet website