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Archives November 2015

'Gathering of Nations' 2015 - Video Set

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The 2015 Gathering of Nations included delegates from various Nations and observers from all over Australia. Here we have a complete set of videos of principal presentations. Topics include Updates for asserting sovereignty and the current political climate, Decolonising the Mind, Con of Constitutional reform, Rebuilding Nations, Unilateral Declarations of Independance (UDIs), Treaties and Nations, Unity through Tjukurpa Law, Citizenship and nationalities, Putting Aboriginal Law on Top, Strong Law and Culture, Want of Jurisdiction and the Spirit that connects us to country. Read more about 'Gathering of Nations' 2015 - Video Set

Constitution Recognition campaigners hit a brick wall at grass roots

Ghillar Michael Anderson exposes the consequences of the insidious nature of colonial social engineering which used the 'dog tag' to divide against First Nations. People issued the 'dog tag' or 'exemption certificate' were 'exempted' from being Aboriginal and partially accepted into the colonial society on its terms, namely they were not allowed to associate with their own kind, known as the 'grassroots communities'. Read more about Constitution Recognition campaigners hit a brick wall at grass roots

First Nations men executed in colonial conflict honoured in major memorial in Melbourne

Ballarat indigenous artist Aunty Marlene's depiction of the 1842 hanging. Photo: City of Melbourne
Ballarat indigenous artist Aunty Marlene's depiction of the 1842 hanging. Photo: City of Melbourne

Clare Rawlinson ABC 27 November 2015

A swing set reminiscent of the gallows where two Indigenous men were hanged in 1842 will be erected as a memorial to colonial conflict in Melbourne. Read more about First Nations men executed in colonial conflict honoured in major memorial in Melbourne

Number of doctors in First Nations communities in WA expected to be reduced from 56 to 19

Doctors reduced dramatically in the Kimberley

The number of doctors working in Western Australia's First Nations Community Controlled Health Services (ACCHS) will be reduced from 56 to 19 under a policy proposed by the Federal Government, according to the Aboriginal Health Council of WA.

"We currently have 56 doctors working in our sector. With this decision that will severely reduce that back to 19 doctors," the council's chairwoman Michelle Nelson-Cox told ABC Kimberley. Read more about Number of doctors in First Nations communities in WA expected to be reduced from 56 to 19

Noongar's letters pleading for return of stolen children or request for old age pension after a lifetime's work

Historical Letters

Letters by Noongar people pleading for the return of their stolen children or requesting access to the old age pension after a lifetime's work will come together in a new project aimed at uncovering a hidden side of Indigenous history.

Curtin University researchers are set to collate letters from state archives and correspondence held by families across Western Australia, dating from the 1860s to the 1960s. Read more about Noongar's letters pleading for return of stolen children or request for old age pension after a lifetime's work

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