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Robert Chapman

Robert Chapman has lived in Katherine for the last four years. He has worked in a number of Indigenous-controlled organisations in a variety of roles that have communication, language and education as common strands, spending the majority of that time in Indigenous communities in the region. He recently co-wrote, with Thalia Anthony, an article in the Indigenous Law Bulletin "Unresolved tensions: Warlpiri Law, police powers and land rights".


Another angry, confused, condemning white voice
Indigenous Affairs - 8/08/2008 - 15 comments
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