Human rights groups back Constitutional change

June 14, 2017

Australian human rights bodies have called on political leaders to work together for Constitutional reform for First Nations people. The New South Wales Parliament has already formally supported the ‘Uluru Statement from the Heart’, which […]

Territory women will march against violence

June 14, 2017

Aboriginal women from town camps in Alice Springs are taking to the streets over domestic violence in a move they hope will be a catalyst for change around Australia. “Too many women continue to be […]

Kearah Ronan will use title to talk about issues

May 31, 2017

Twenty-four-year-old Yamatji woman Kearah Ronan was named Miss NAIDOC Perth at a gala event at Crown Perth last week. In her third year of a Bachelor of Education in Early Childhood Development at Curtin University, […]

This trio of legends takes some licking

May 31, 2017

They are the leaders who have made their stamp on Australia – literally. This week Professor Tom Calma, Dr Lowitja O’Donoghue and Dr Galarrwuy Yunupingu were immortalised on new Australia Post $1 commemorative stamps. Australia […]

Union gets behind push for Constitutional reform

May 31, 2017

The push for Constitutional reform to give Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people a voice to Federal Parliament has been given the support of the Maritime Union of Australia. MUA Northern Territory secretary and Torres […]

Treaty moves and dance grooves to headline Garrmalang

May 17, 2017

Some of Australia’s leading Aboriginal activists will take the podium to discuss the push for an Indigenous treaty and constitutional change at this year’s Garrmalang Festival in Darwin. Among the speakers at the panel discussion […]

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