• Native Title in Victoria

     

    Over 60% of Victoria is covered by native title determinations, settlements and claims.

    Native Title in Victoria
  • About Us

     

    Native Title Services Victoria facilitates sustainable native title outcomes and ensures that native title rights and interests are recognised and protected.

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    About Us
  • About Us

     

    Native Title Services Victoria facilitates sustainable native title outcomes and ensures that native title rights and interests are recognised and protected.

     

     

    About Us
  • Native Title in Victoria

     

     

    Over 60% of Victoria is covered by native title determinations, settlements and claims.

    Native Title in Victoria
  • Our Role

    Native Title Services Victoria is the legal service that represents native title claimants in Victoria.

     

    Our work includes claim negotiation, anthropological and historical research, governance capacity building, natural resource management, economic development planning and advocacy.

     

    Our Role
  • Our Role

    Native Title Services Victoria is the legal service that represents native title claimants in Victoria.

     

    Our work includes claim negotiation, anthropological and historical research, governance capacity building, natural resource management, economic development planning and advocacy.

    Our Role
  • Historic Settlement

     

    In March 2013 the Dja Dja Wurrung People achieved a landmark native title settlement.

     

    It was the first settlement to be primarily resolved under the Traditional Owner Settlement Act 2010 (Vic).

     

    Historic Settlement

Internships          

NTSV is pleased to offer a number of internships each year to successful applicants (in 2013 NTSV hosted 11 interns). Typically, interns are placed through the Aurora Project or directly through an education provider, however we are open to accepting interns outside of these pathways and encourage suitable applicants to apply.

Due to the nature of our work internships are undertaken on a full time basis and for a period of several weeks, usually somewhere between five to eight weeks. This intensive internship style allows interns to become familiar with the organisation and working in native title, while being able to work on a couple of projects through to completion.

NTSV takes interns in various disciplines including law, anthropology, history, archaeology, social policy, economic development, sustainability and environmental management. Legal internships are offered to students seeking placement to count towards the completion of practical legal training.

Unfortunately, NTSV cannot offer paid internships. Internships are to be undertaken on a voluntary basis or for subject credit through an education provider.

If you would like to apply for an internship with us, please email recruitment@ntsv.com.au with your CV, details of academic performance and an outline of your availability.

Volunteering                                                                                                       

In general, NTSV does not take on volunteers outside of the internship program as outlined above.  If you are eager to apply for volunteer work with NTSV and ineligible to apply for an internship, please email an expression of interest to recruitment@ntsv.com.au with your CV, details of academic performance and an outline of your availability.