Sovereign Weaving Treaty is a series of weaving events, uniting Indigenous Nations along the Murray and Lower Darling rivers and across two neighbouring states.
These events are an opportunity for Indigenous Nations to connect, share knowledge and know each other as sovereign nation citizens. Through the act of weaving, relationships are built and strengthened, cultural knowledge is renewed and healing progresses. As the series continues, each Nation will be invited to contribute to the woven Treaty. This woven artefact is a treaty agreement; one which recognises each Nations’ sovereignty and acknowledges their nationhood. This treaty will represent the experiences and knowledge of many, the movement across country and strong relationships that will shape the future.