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Killers of the Flower Moon star Yancey Red Corn speaks on colonial violence
Yancey Red Corn, actor and a member of the Osage, Caddo and Potawatomi Tribes in the United States, spoke with National Indigeno...
Zak Kirkup 31 Oct 2023
Sovereignty and self-determination key to progress for Native American communities
As a child Bay Mills Indian Community (Ojibwe) member Bryan Newland suffered from tuberculosis and had to travel up to 45km to s...
Giovanni Torre 13 Aug 2023
Lidia Thorpe welcomes assurance on Sovereignty, remains unconvinced on Voice
Greens senator Lidia Thorpe has welcomed a government assurance that the Indigenous Voice to parliament will not cede First Nati...
Giovanni Torre 31 Jan 2023
Voice will empower us, not undermine Sovereignty
I first learnt about Aboriginal sovereignty as a law student in the 1990s - the WA government was introducing harsh new criminal...
Dr. Hannah McGlade 16 Jan 2023
Greens announce a national-first First Nations Legal Defence Fund
The Australian Greens have announced a new policy that would create a First Nations Legal Defence Fund for legal protection of t...
Aaron Bloch 8 Dec 2021
First Nations advocates call for national heritage protection on steps of Parliament

Gomeroi Traditional Custodians met with First Nations Members of Parliament on Tuesday to receive a petition signed by more than 100,000 people calling on the Commonwealth to pass...

Giovanni Torre Dec 1, 2021
Bill of wrongs

There are growing calls for the WA Government to address problems with its Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill, including from an international campaign. The Bill passed the Legis...

Giovanni Torre Nov 30, 2021
LETTERS: KLC calls on UN to stop the WA Heritage Bill

Dear Mr Cali-Tzay*,  Urgent Request for UNCERD Review – Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill (Western Australia), 2021 (Bill)  The Kimberley Land Council is writing to request your...

Guest Author Nov 22, 2021
OPINION: Aboriginal Heritage Bill continues in the Western Australian Parliament

My family, like many Aboriginal families, have strong ties and memories of being and working on farms and pastoral stations. These were where Aboriginal people were sent after b...

Guest Author Nov 22, 2021
WA Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill to be rammed through Parliament

The Western Australian government’s Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill, which keeps the final say over important heritage decisions with the Minister and not Aboriginal people, is e...

Giovanni Torre Nov 18, 2021
OPINION: A Dark Day in Parliamentary History; an Act of dispossession

History shows the Western Democratic Westminster system has never favoured Indigenous People. In fact, all around the world the Parliament of the dominant and invading nations d...

Tom Zaunmayr Nov 18, 2021
BREAKING: WA Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill made public, to be tabled Wednesday despite serious concerns

The Western Australian Government’s Aboriginal Cultural Heritage Bill has been released to the public, with notice given the Bill will be tabled in parliament tomorrow (Wednesday)....

Giovanni Torre Nov 17, 2021
First Nations Clean Energy Network at the forefront of clean energy revolution

Amid conversations on climate change and developing a sustainable future, The First Nations Clean Energy Network fights for the rights and elevates the voices of First Peoples....

Rachael Knowles Nov 17, 2021
OPINION: Benchmarking for a fairer outcome for all

If you get injured in a motor vehicle accident, if you hurt yourself on the job or if the Australian, State or Territory, Government compulsorily acquire your land. You’re entitled...

Tom Zaunmayr Nov 3, 2021
Social licence a watchdog for heritage

Corporate social responsibility is an intangible concept; it is a value, idea or concept. It has evolved from the idea of businesses or businesspeople “doing the right thing” by t...

Tom Zaunmayr Oct 21, 2021
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