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Knowledge Partnerships

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Welcome to Knowledge Partnerships

Knowledge Partnerships creates ethical partnerships and collaborative projects helping Traditional Owners meet their aspirations. We are committed to forming meaningful partnerships with Traditional Owner groups.

Our corporate and technical experience enables us to create stronger and more positive outcomes for Traditional Owners and their country.

Have questions? Let’s chat. Contact Brooke St James, Community Partnerships Manager on 08 9268 7000.

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Latest News

Knowledge Partnerships Newsletter

The Knowledge Partnerships Newsletter is out. In this issue we talked about the Kuruma Marthudunera TEK project, you get to meet  Brooke St James from the  team and you also learn more about what Knowledge Partnerships can do for your community. If you would like to subscribe and learn more about Knowledge Partnerships in future newsletters subscribe here.

Nyangumarta Warrarn IPA Dedication Ceremony

Thursday, 16 July 2015 marked a significant day for the Nyangumarta People, with the dedication
ceremony of their Indigenous Protected Area (IPA).

Nyangumarta Highway is open for business!

Named after the Traditional Owners of the land, the Nyangumarta Highway in Western Australia’s Pilbara region is one of the longest privately owned roads in Australia. It stretches over 600km from 80 Mile Beach to the Canning Stock Route and ends boundary between the Nyangumarta and Martu native title lands.

Our Blossom logo

The stylised blossom and leaf design is from the paperbark tree. The colour and design represent the connection to land, something that is central to Knowledge Partnerships’ work, as well as the growth of the partnerships between Traditional Owner groups and YMAC.

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