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First Nations leaders condemn delay to British Columbia land rights reforms
The First Nations Leadership Council said this week that it is "extremely disappointed" with the decision to postpone introducti...
Giovanni Torre 22 Feb 2024
Cherokee Chief urges House Speaker to think of Native American 'lifelines' threatened by government shutdowns
A leading Native American Chief has warned a looming US Government shutdown threatens “lifelines that maintain the health, cultu...
Jarred Cross 22 Feb 2024
Papua New Guinea massacre 'very disturbing': Albanese
Anthony Albanese has labelled the massacre of more than 50 people killed in tribal violence in remote Papua New Guinea as "very...
Tess Ikonomou 19 Feb 2024
Trek to raise funds for First Nations Lived Experience Centre
A dedicated group of friends are gearing up for a trek to Mount Everest Base Camp, all in the name of raising deadly funds for B...
Giovanni Torre 16 Feb 2024
Data science shown to expedite return of ancestral Indigenous remains
The return of the ancestral human remains of Australian and other Indigenous peoples held in anthropological collections could b...
Giovanni Torre 16 Feb 2024
There's nothing new - or sinister - about anti-colonial solidarity

The struggle for Aboriginal rights in Australia has historically been fought through an understanding of intersectional liberation. With the legacy of colonialism casting a long sh...

Ethan Lyons Feb 14, 2024
Debate rages as Nova Peris claims Aboriginal flag ‘misappropriated’ by Palestine protesters

Former Labor Senator Nova Peris has sparked debate by arguing the Indigenous flag and chants have been misappropriated at pro-Palestine rallies.  The comments by Ms Peris, the fir...

Dechlan Brennan Feb 9, 2024
Study looks at how the Māori dealt with COVID

A study on the Māori social response to COVID-19 suggests that the close-knit nature of Indigenous communities could be crucial in shaping improved public health policies. Charles...

Joseph Guenzler Feb 7, 2024
Thorpe Bill would end AG's power to block crimes against humanity cases from Australian courts

Senator Lidia Thorpe will introduce a Bill to strip Australia’s Attorney-General of their power to prevent the prosecution of genocide, crimes against humanity and war crimes in Au...

Giovanni Torre Feb 7, 2024
Canadian First Nations leaders take stand to defend Land Act reforms

First Nations leaders in British Columbia, Canada, have come out strongly in defence of proposed land law reforms in the province that would implement Indigenous rights under inter...

Giovanni Torre Feb 2, 2024
Canadian First Nations leaders urge "immediate and dedicated response" to drug deaths

The First Nations Leadership Council and Our Children Our Way Society have highlighted the danger of toxic drugs to their communities in Canada.On Wednesday the organisations noted...

Giovanni Torre Feb 1, 2024
Canadian journalism and human rights groups slam "abomination" arrest of respected First Nations reporter

Canadian journalism advocacy and human rights groups are calling for the Edmonton Police Service to drop charges against Cree and Iroquois reporter Brandi Morin, who was arrested w...

Giovanni Torre Jan 31, 2024
Famed New York museum closes "severely outdated" Native American exhibits

The American Museum of Natural History in New York has closed certain Native American exhibits in accordance with new US regulations. New York's American Museum of Natural History...

Associated Press Jan 29, 2024
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