The first community consultation on the road to a treaty in Tasmania has raised different opinions on what an agreement would look like.
Last month, the Tasmanian Government announced it would begin work on establishing a treaty with the state’s First Nations people.
Former Governor Kate Warner and law professor Tim McCormack were appointed to lead the consultation process.
The first community consultation was held on Friday.
Opposing opinions have been raised on whether there should be a treaty with all First Nations people in the state or separate groups or organisations.
Co-chair of the Tasmanian Regional Aboriginal Communities Alliance, Rodney Dillion is in favour of individual treaties, saying different groups have different views.
Campaign manager for the Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, Nala Mansell says it was Aboriginal people who were dispossessed of land rights, not organisations.
There are more consultations to come with a report due in October.