The University's senior Indigenous leadership is guided by our Traditional Owners Advisory Group and Indigenous Strategy Reference Group. Together they are responsible for our reconciliation agenda.

Indigenous leadership

The University's reconciliation agenda is led by Associate Provost Marcia Langton and Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous) Barry Judd.
Cultural authority and leadership is also provided by our Traditional Owners and Elders.

Consultative and advisory bodies

Learn more about the Traditional Owners and Elders Reference Group and the Indigenous Strategy Advisory Group

Indigenous cultural protocols

The development of respectful relationships between the University of Melbourne and Indigenous Australians is an important step towards reconciliation. Respect can be manifested by an Acknowledgement of or a Welcome to Country, or by following other cultural protocols.

RAPs, Indigenous strategies and reports

Find out more about the resources that have supported the University on our reconciliation journey from 2008 to today.