Indigenous Representation in the NRL: The NRL's Commitment to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islan
Updated: May 10
The NRL is committed to the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice.
First Nations communities have deep bonds with Rugby League and are part of the NRL's fabric at all levels, from grassroots participants and fans to the Indigenous stars who light up the NRL and NRLW.
The NRL has had its own independent Voice since the commencement of the Australian Rugby League Commission. The Australian Rugby League Indigenous Council (ARLIC) plays an integral role in making representations to the ARLC with ideas and views on behalf of Indigenous peoples across the game.
True change comes through listening, learning and taking action. It is encouraged that everyone in the Rugby League community gets informed by the facts, and uses their voice, in order to move forward together.
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