Externally sourced articles are not necessarily the opinion of the Sovereign Union
2015 Articles Nov Oct Sept Aug Jul Jun May Apr Mar Feb  Jan

2014 Articles Dec Nov Oct Sep Aug Jul

Older Articles1   2   3   4   5    6    7    8   9   10   11   12   13   14

Pin USE TAGS TO SELECT ARTICLES RELATING TO SPECIFIC TOPICS & ISSUES

Archives September 2014

'Speaking with one voice' – WA's changes to Aboriginal Heritage law rejected at bush meetings

Written Dr Stephen Bennetts, who is a consultant anthropologist that has worked with Aboriginal people in Northern Australia since 1994

Be careful what you pray for. By proposing to strip away protection for Aboriginal people's heritage across the board, and throughout the State, the Barnett Government appears to have unwittingly conjured up a strong, united and angry Aboriginal coalition which is now mobilising against the AHA amendments.

Written Dr Stephen Bennetts, who is a consultant anthropologist that has worked with Aboriginal people in Northern Australia since 1994. Read more about 'Speaking with one voice' – WA's changes to Aboriginal Heritage law rejected at bush meetings

'Catching up' - Ray Jackson, Indigenous Social Justice Association

Ray Jackson ISJA

Ray Jackson's Media release covers the NSW Attorney-General, Brad Hazzard, as to his decision on the 33 year old death in custody of Eddie Murray, the brutal assault by Redfern police to Ms Kathryne Fisher when they forced their way into her home, and the related Kings Cross incident when the Kings Cross police had wilfully and recklessly fired six shots into the car, the Un-gagged Lex Wotten, and more to the Palm Island cover-ups and lack of justice and the successful Aboriginal Passport Ceremony in Sydney. Read more about 'Catching up' - Ray Jackson, Indigenous Social Justice Association

Family breakdowns causing repeat imprisonment of First Nations mums, study finds

A groundbreaking study on Aboriginal mothers in West Australian prisons has revealed the devastating effects of high levels of intergenerational incarceration on families.
Western Australians Curtin University researchers conducted interviews with 84 Aboriginal mothers in prisons across the state as part of a National Health and Medical Research Council-funded project, examining the experiences of First Nations women in prison in WA and NSW. Read more about Family breakdowns causing repeat imprisonment of First Nations mums, study finds

Royal Commission hears shocking claims of abuse at Christian mission

Children were "chained like dogs" and sexually assaulted at a government-run home for Aboriginal children in Darwin, a child sex abuse inquiry has heard.
A former resident of the Retta Dixon home in Darwin told the Royal Commission Into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse. First Nations girls were chained to their beds, starved and flogged with leather belts until they bled, as punishment at the Retta Dixon Home in Darwin. Read more about Royal Commission hears shocking claims of abuse at Christian mission

Child sex abuse inquiry: 'Crystal clear' evidence to support charges against Don Henderson

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse in Darwin has been focusing on abuse of children at the Retta Dixon home, which mainly housed Aboriginal children between 1946 until it closed in 1980.
There was clearly evidence to support charges against convicted sex offender Donald Bruce Henderson, who had numerous claims of child abuse against him dropped in 1976 and again in 2002, the head of an inquiry says. Read more about Child sex abuse inquiry: 'Crystal clear' evidence to support charges against Don Henderson

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - Archives September 2014