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They are working hard on creating on three pieces of international law that would, if implemented, expand intellectual property regulations to protect things like indigenous designs, dances, words and traditional medicines.
by Russell Grenning - 19/07/2018 - 12 comments
However, holding NAIDOC Week perhaps could serve to remind many folk that they share the land with its original residents who founded it some forty to sixty thousand years ago.
by Ian Nance - 19/07/2018 - 18 comments
A key factor in the Jury's rejection of the waste import plan was that Aboriginal people had spoken clearly in opposition.
by Jim Green - 3/07/2018 - 19 comments
We can design and create a Makarrata Commission that's a democratically elected, non-legislative body speaking on behalf of all our nation's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
by Rodney Crisp - 1/06/2018 - 51 comments
We should celebrate those areas where we have seen some gains, but learn from the failures and come up with new strategies.
by Anthony Dillon - 15/02/2018 - 54 comments
Whether Australia's colonisation by the British Empire should be classified as an invasion or settlement is not a question of mere semantics.
by Sherry Sufi - 22/01/2018 - 31 comments
As a former Australian Labor Party president and advisor to conservative prime ministers John Howard and Tony Abbott, Mundine is not known for pulling his punches.
by Sean Jacobs - 15/01/2018 - 3 comments
My trip to the Kimberley has rekindled my interest in looking at what might be the case in 2067 with respect to our Aboriginal people.
by Don Aitkin - 12/10/2017 - 29 comments
No one of indigenous descent seems to want to return to being a hunter-gatherer with traditional implements, no Western medicine, no vehicles, no Western food.
by Don Aitkin - 12/09/2017 - 30 comments
The uproar over the use of the word 'discover' is the latest skirmish in a war over two equally mythical views of Australian history.
by Graham Young - 1/09/2017 - 146 comments
The first issue that ought to provoke scepticism relates to the states/territories with the highest measured proportions of Indigenous people in their population.
by Brendan O'Reilly - 5/07/2017 - 30 comments
Continuing down the path of throwing cash at the problems without any difficult-to-swallow scrutiny of existing outlooks, processes and policies will only continue to exacerbate the problems.
by Jack Wilkie-Jans - 11/04/2017 - 19 comments

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