The IPC supports International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples 9 August 2023

The Information and Privacy Commission NSW (IPC) supports International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples, commemorated annually on 9 August.

This year’s theme is ‘Indigenous youth as agents of change for self-determination, revindicates the role that indigenous youth must occupy in decision-making while recognising their dedicated efforts in climate action, the search for justice for their people, and the creation of an intergenerational connection that keeps their culture, traditions, and contributions alive.

The UN is hosting a virtual commemoration of the day on 9 August, featuring an interactive dialogue segment with invited speakers who will share their expertise and experience from their indigenous communities in preserving, reviving, retaining, and transmitting the traditional ancestral knowledge in various fields of communal activities.

The IPC is committed to promoting the right to access government held information and the protection of privacy of people within diverse communities in NSW, and aims to ensure that its services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are accessible, relevant and useful.

View the IPC’s resources for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities of NSW and resources about citizens’ information access rights and privacy rights in NSW.