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ACTIVISM & ADVOCACY

Neil Morris

Neil Morris is a Yorta Yorta poet, independent musician, radio host on 3RRR FM with his show Still Here, and a community activist for First Nations people through various grassroots projects.

With his background working in various Indigenous affairs roles over the years within cultural revitalisation and traditional custodian affairs broadly, Neil brings a strong decolonial lens to all his work as both an artist and advocate for his peoples.

Under his music project DRMNGNOW, Neil released a potent critique of nationhood on this land with the single ‘Australia Does Not Exist’ in early 2018, followed up by the equally stirring ‘Indigenous Land’. Both tracks received high critical praise both locally and globally.


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“The ongoing connection of First Nations people’s to land and culture is critical to life on this land.“


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The National Climate Emergency Summit will convene practitioners, advocates, governments, youth leaders and industry innovators to unpack what a climate emergency response could look like at local, national, and global levels.



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