07/05/2011 Interviews with Barb Shaw and Michael Anderson; Speeches by Pat Anderson and Les Malezer

Contents:
* Speech by Pat Anderson, Co-author of the
“Little Children are Sacred” report, on the NT Intervention
* Interview with Barbara Shaw, of the
Intervention Rollback Action Group, on the NT Intervention
* Justice for Aboriginal workers in the NT
– Petition to be presented to Parliament next week
* Interview with Michael Anderson on the
New Way Sovereignty Summit, now concluded
* Background to New Way Sovereignty Summit
– last updated 6 May 11
* Speech by Les Malezer, Co-chair of the
National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples
* Background to National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples
* Tracker: NSW Aboriginal Land Council launches new
rights based magazine
* Koori Mail: Twenty years of publishing is available online
* ANTaR: Reducing over-imprisonment of Aboriginal peoples
* Other Northern Territory (NT) Intervention articles
* Background to the Northern Territory (NT) Intervention
* Other Aboriginal articles

SPEECH BY PAT ANDERSON,
CO-AUTHOR OF THE “LITTLE CHILDREN ARE SACRED” REPORT,
ON THE NT INTERVENTION:

– Analysis / Opinion

Crikey: Pat Anderson:
intervention neither well-intentioned nor well-evidenced
http://www.crikey.com.au/2011/05/05/pat-anderson-intervention-neither-well-intentioned-nor-well-evidenced/
5 May 11: “Last night Anderson gave a rare public speech
criticising the NT intervention, a policy that apparently
originated thanks to the report she co-authored. Anderson
said the first recommendation of the report was the most
crucial, which was: “It is critical that both [the Northern
Territory and federal] governments commit to genuine
consultation with Aboriginal people in designing
initiatives for Aboriginal communities. [to address child
sexual abuse and neglect].” The following is an edited
extract from Anderson’s speech at the Coalition for
Research to Improve Aboriginal Health conference in Sydney
this morning.”

– News

Australian: Intervention ‘based on ignorance’: Anderson
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/intervention-based-on-ignorance-anderson/story-e6frg6nf-1226050762666
6 May 11: “Pat Anderson, one of the two authors of the
Little Children are Sacred report to the NT government in
2007, told a conference in Sydney yesterday the
intervention was “based on ignorance and prejudice”, and
ignored the report’s central recommendation to consult
indigenous people. As a result, most of the program was
“deeply problematic”, and even with the changes made after
Labor’s 2007 election victory, the policy “adds to the
sense of disempowerment and stress many (indigenous people)
already feel”.”

INTERVIEW WITH BARBARA SHAW,
OF THE INTERVENTION ROLLBACK ACTION GROUP,
ON THE NT INTERVENTION:

– Audio

Indigenous radio station 98.9FM Brisbane
Let’s Talk – Indigenous presented talkback:
http://989fm.com.au/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=29
19 Apr 11: “Barbara Shaw: Tiga Bayles spoke with Barbara
Shaw. They spoke about the Northern Territory Intervention.”
Listen to this interview on-line:
http://www.989fm.com.au/podcasting/audio/98fm-podcast-2011-04-19-76541.mp3

JUSTICE FOR ABORIGINAL WORKERS IN THE NT –
PETITION TO BE PRESENTED TO PARLIAMENT NEXT WEEK:

– Media Releases

Rachel Siewert: Greens seek jobs with justice
http://rachel-siewert.greensmps.org.au/content/media-release/greens-seek-jobs-justice
5 May 11: “The Australian Greens continue to pressure the
Government to act on failings in its flagship Indigenous
housing program SIHIP, which was meant to be a key plank of
the NT Intervention.
Senator Rachel Siewert, Australian Greens spokesperson for
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Issues has led calls
for the Government to end the failing NT intervention,
raising serious concerns about the treatment of Aboriginal
workers involved in SIHIP.
Senator Siewert will address the Jobs with Justice rally in
Sydney today and present a petition to Parliament next week
calling for back-pay for Aboriginal workers who believed
they would receive real wages for the hours they worked and
who now feel misled and exploited.
“SIHIP was supposed to have an inbuilt Aboriginal
employment scheme, yet reports suggest that CDEP and work
for the dole programs are being used instead,” Senator
Siewert said today.
“This means there are instances of people undertaking
full-time skilled work who are not receiving appropriate
income in return. In some cases Centrelink payments are
being used, half of which are then quarantined through the
Government’s income management regime.” [said Senator
Siewert]”

Stop the Intervention:
Town camp leader speaks in Sydney:
Stop the Intervention, Justice for Aboriginal workers
http://stoptheintervention.org/jobs-with-justice-cdep/media-release/town-camp-leader-speaks-in-sydney
4 May 11: “Barbara Shaw, a town camp leader from Alice
Springs, will speak out in Sydney on Thursday May 5 against
recent calls for a “second Intervention”. …
The rally will launch a petition sponsored by Unions NT and
the CFMEU demanding back pay for Aboriginal people who were
paid on the BasicsCard while doing renovations for the $672
million Strategic Indigenous Housing and Infrastructure
Program (SIHIP). …
Greens Senator Rachel Siewert will present the petition to
parliament next week. More than 3000 people have signed,
from unionists on construction sites in Sydney to residents
of remote Aboriginal communities. …
Barbara Shaw said, “Reforms to Community Development
Employment Projects (CDEP) introduced with the Intervention
have taken away thousands of jobs, destroyed community
services and left our people working for quarantined
Centrelink payments. It’s a return to the mission days
where our people are being used as cheap labour – working
for rations””

– Media Release about the rally

Stop the Intervention:
NT Aboriginal community leaders and CFMEU back Sydney rally
http://stoptheintervention.org/jobs-with-justice-cdep/media-release/nt-aboriginal-community-leaders-and-cfmeu-back-sydney-rally
5 May 11: “Community leaders from Amoonguna in Central
Australia and the Darwin office of the CFMEU are supporting
a petition against exploitative working conditions under
the NT Intervention being launched at a rally today in
Sydney. …
Marie Ellis, President of the Amoonguna Community Council
said: “When SIHIP came to town we were told there would be
fulltime jobs with good wages, but instead we were ripped
off and left unemployed. It is another slap in the face
from the government.” …
Mick Huddy, CFMEU organiser in Darwin said: “Aboriginal
workers in the Northern Territory who were engaged on
building upgrades under the federally funded SIHIP program
were paid less than half of the Award which is completely
unacceptable. No worker should be exploited in this way
and the CFMEU stands by these workers and calls for them
to be back paid every cent plus interest.”
Marilyn Dixon from Amoonguna was part of a team of
residents working on a CDEP project renovating an old
community clinic and houses in Amoonguna under SIHIP. Ms
Dixon said, “I was working with a team of ladies from 8am
– 3pm each day. We were cleaning, stripping paint,
painting floods, moving furnitire, removing old kitchens.
I thought we would be getting good pay, but they kept me
on the BasicsCard.””

– Audio about the rally

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association:
CAAMA Radio News 06-05-2011
http://caama.com.au/caama-radio-news-06-05-2011
6 May 11: “Strong support for Aboriginal workers in the
Northern Territory following union claims that those
employed to do work under the Federally funded SIHIP
housing program were paid less than half the award rate.”

– News about the rally

Koori Mail: Shaw to speak at Sydney rally
[scroll down page] http://www.koorimail.com/index.php
5 May 11: “BARBARA Shaw, a town camp leader from Alice
Springs, will speak out in Sydney today against recent
calls for a ‘second Intervention’. A coalition of unions,
the Greens and Aboriginal rights groups are staging the
rally, highlighting gross breaches of Aboriginal workers
rights under the NT Intervention. The rally will take place
at 12pm today outside the office of Indigenous employment
Minister Mark Arbib.”

INTERVIEW WITH MICHAEL ANDERSON
ON THE NEW WAY SOVEREIGNTY SUMMIT,
NOW CONCLUDED:

– Audio

Indigenous radio station 98.9FM Brisbane
Let’s Talk – Indigenous presented talkback:
http://989fm.com.au/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=29
3 May 11: “Michael Anderson: Tiga Bayles spoke with Tent
Embassy founder and Activist, Michael Anderson.”
Listen to this interview on-line:
http://www.989fm.com.au/podcasting/audio/98fm-podcast-2011-05-03-87848.mp3

BACKGROUND TO NEW WAY SOVEREIGNTY SUMMIT,
LAST UPDATED 6 MAY 11:

– Event

Indymedia Australia:
New Way Sovereignty Summit, Canberra 22-25 April (Easter Weekend)
http://indymedia.org.au/new-way-sovereignty-summit-canberra-22-25-april-easter-weekend

SPEECH BY LES MALEZER,
CO-CHAIR OF THE
NATIONAL CONGRESS OF AUSTRALIA’S FIRST PEOPLES:

– Speech

SBS Audio and Language: Aboriginal:
The Controversial Speech By Congress Co-Chair Les Malezer
http://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/aboriginal/highlight/page/id/163041/t/The-Controversial-Speech-By-Congress-Co-Chair–Les-Malezer/in/english
4 May 11: “The National Congress of Australia’s First
Peoples Under Fire Before It Even Begins Its Work
The words were hardly out of his mouth before the attacks
began. Les Malezer, newly-elected Co-Chair of the National
Congress of Australia’s First Peoples caused a storm after
making his views on the Northern Territory Intervention
known, during his acceptance speech. …
Did his speech warrant the attacks on the Congress before
it has begun its work? What do you think?”

– Audio interview

Indigenous radio station 98.9FM Brisbane
Let’s Talk – Indigenous presented talkback:
http://989fm.com.au/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=29
21 Apr 11: “Les Melzer: Tiga Bayles spoke with Les Melzer,
Co-chair of the National Congress of Australia’s First
Peoples.”
Listen to this interview on-line:
http://www.989fm.com.au/podcasting/audio/98fm-podcast-2011-04-21-78062.mp3

See these other interviews:

The Wire: Indigenous activist Les Malezer to co-chair
National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples
[scroll down page] http://www.thewire.org.au/daydetail.aspx?SearchDay=2011-04-20
20 Apr 11

ABC PM: Indigenous congress head defends organisation
http://www.abc.net.au/pm/content/2011/s3202821.htm
28 Apr 11

– News

Koori Mail: Congress co-chairs appeal for a fair go
[scroll down page] http://www.koorimail.com/index.php?page=Current+Edition
4 May 11: “THE first elected co-chairs of the National
Congress of Australia’s First Peoples have appealed for a
fair go amid criticism from some Indigenous leaders. Les
Malezer and Jody Broun both told the Koori Mail the
fledgling Congress had the potential to reshape a better
future for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
But its first major goal would be to raise its profile and
increase its membership base to become as representative
as possible.”

BACKGROUND TO NATIONAL CONGRESS OF AUSTRALIA’S FIRST PEOPLES:

WGAR News: Proposed national Indigenous body (29 Aug 09)
[scroll down page] https://wgar.wordpress.com/2009/09/01/290809-un-expert-calls-nt-intervention-discriminatory/

WGAR News: More media responses to proposed national Indigenous body (31 Aug 09)
[scroll down page] https://wgar.wordpress.com/2009/09/01/310809-more-media-responses-to-un-expert-james-anaya/

WGAR News: Still more media responses to proposed national Indigenous body (3 Sep 09)
[scroll down page] https://wgar.wordpress.com/2009/09/03/3-sep-2009-governments-review-of-aboriginal-housing-scheme-in-the-nt/

WGAR News: Proposed National Indigenous Representative Body (22 Sep 09)
[scroll down page] https://wgar.wordpress.com/2009/09/23/22-sep-2009-ampilatwatja-anti-intervention-walk-off-speaking-tour/

WGAR News: New Way Summit delegates unanimously reject government sponsored Rep body (31 Jan 10)
https://wgar.wordpress.com/2010/02/01/new-way-summit-delegates-unanimously-reject-government-sponsored-rep-body/

WGAR News: Proposed National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples (2 Feb 10)
[scroll down page] https://wgar.wordpress.com/2010/02/02/02022010-national-day-of-action-saturday-13-february-2010-2/

WGAR News: New National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples (9 May 10)
http://www.indymedia.org.au/2010/05/08/wgar-news-new-national-congress-of-australias-first-peoples-9-may-10

WGAR News: Co-Chairs of National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples elected (21 Apr 11)
[scroll down page] http://indymedia.org.au/2011/04/21/wgar-news-elders-speak-out-on-the-northern-territory-nt-intervention

WGAR News: National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples (24 Apr 11)
[scroll down page] http://indymedia.org.au/2011/04/24/wgar-news-two-urgent-petitions-on-the-nt-intervention-sign-by-early-may-2011

WGAR News: National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples (29 Apr 11)
[scroll down page] http://indymedia.org.au/2011/04/29/darwin-gathering-for-aboriginal-people-living-in-prescribed-areas-under-the-nt-interventi

WGAR News: Les Malezer defends National Congress of Australia’s First Peoples (30 Apr 11)
[scroll down page] http://indymedia.org.au/2011/04/30/wgar-news-keep-the-poison-out-of-muckaty-community-rally-on-may-7-2011

TRACKER:
NSW ABORIGINAL LAND COUNCIL LAUNCHES
NEW RIGHTS BASED MAGAZINE:

– New Website

The Tracker magazine
http://www.thetracker.com.au/main.html?src=%2F
“NSW Aboriginal Land Council launches new rights based publication
The NSW Aboriginal Land Council has launched a new monthly
rights-based magazine called Tracker. The publication, with
an initial print run of 35,000 copies, is being distrbuted
throughout the nation via newsagenices, plus to the homes
of every one of the 20,000-plus members of the NSW
Aboriginal Land Council network. … And as you’d expect,
you’ll soon be able to get all the Tracker news online –
thetracker.com.au is currently under construction, and
should be ready to go live in June 2011. Until then, we
hope you’ll consider subcribing to the print edition of
Tracker – it’s just $39.95 PER YEAR and gives the most
comprehensive behind-the-news coverage of Indigenous
affairs in the nation.”

– Audio

Indigenous radio station 98.9FM Brisbane
Let’s Talk – Indigenous presented talkback:
http://989fm.com.au/index.php?option=com_wrapper&Itemid=29
20 Apr 11: “Chris Graham: Tiga Bayles spoke with Chris
Graham Managing Editor of Tracker Magazine, former editor
and founder of the National Indigenous Times newspaper and
former Journalist for the New South Whales Aboriginal Land
Council. They spoke about the new Tracker Magazine.”
Listen to this interview on-line:
http://www.989fm.com.au/podcasting/audio/98fm-podcast-2011-04-20-71151.mp3

KOORI MAIL: TWENTY YEARS OF PUBLISHING IS AVAILABLE ONLINE:

Koori Mail online archive is available at this link:
http://www.aiatsis.gov.au/koorimail/

The Koori Mail Online Collection
http://www.aiatsis.gov.au/koorimail/
“The story of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Australia is a big one, and important for our nation. That
it has been able to be told for 20 years and through 500
editions of the Koori Mail is a matter of enormous pride
and privilege for my Bundjalung people. The Koori Mail’s
first edition was just 24 pages, all black and white
(except for the masthead), and read by about 25,000 people.
Today, the newspaper averages close to 100 pages, is alive
with colour, and reaches more than 100,000 readers right
around Australia every fortnight. … The Koori Mail Board
is delighted that, with the help of the Australian
Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies
(AIATSIS), we are now able to bring that story to life in
digital form. It is our gift to the nation.”
Russell Kapeen, Bundjalung man,
Chairman, Koori Mail (since 1995),
Chairman, Kurrachee Co-operative

– News

Indymedia Australia: Twenty years of iconic Indigenous
newspaper goes online and global
http://indymedia.org.au/2011/05/04/twenty-years-of-iconic-indigenous-newspaper-goes-online-and-global
4 May 11: “Twenty years – more than 35,000 pages – of an
Australian publishing icon will be available online from
this week, thanks to a unique project undertaken by the
nation’s premier Indigenous research organisation. The
Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander Studies (AIATSIS) in Canberra has partnered with
the Koori Mail to digitise the newspaper’s back archive*.
The massive online collection will be officially launched
in a special ceremony in Canberra tonight, also marking
publication of the Koori Mail’s 500th edition.”

PSNews: Koori Mail delivers for online research
http://www.psnews.com.au/Page_psn263f6.html
“The Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander Studies (AIATSIS) has completed a unique program
of digitising 20 years of indigenous news and placing it
all online. More than 35,000 pages of the weekly Koori Mail
newspaper have been developed into a collection by AIATSIS
and posted on the internet. The collection features two
decades of stories, photos and cartoons published in the
Koori Mail dating back to the very first edition in May
1991, and will be launched this Saturday (7 May) on the
occasion of its 500th edition.”

ANTaR: REDUCING OVER-IMPRISONMENT OF ABORIGINAL PEOPLES:

– Media Release

ANTaR – Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation:
New report confirms reducing over-imprisonment is critical
to close the gap
http://www.antar.org.au/new_report_confirms_reducing_over_imprisonment_is_critical_to_close_the_gap
5 May 11: “The National Director of ANTaR says a report
released today confirms the urgent need for governments to
reduce the disproportionate number of Aboriginal and Torres
Strait Islander people being imprisoned.
Jacqueline Phillips says the latest report from the
Australian Institute of Health and Welfare shows the
imprisonment rate of Indigenous Australians has increased
by more than 50 per cent over the last decade.
“While ANTaR applauds the commitment by governments to
reduce the gap between Indigenous and non-Indigenous
Australians in areas such as employment, education and life
expectancy, it is impossible to close the gap in these
areas while the numbers of Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander people in our prisons continues to skyrocket,”
Ms Phillips said.
“It is simply outrageous that Indigenous Australians
comprise more than a quarter of all people in prison,
when they are just 2.5% of the total population.”

ANTaR’s National Call to Action is available at this link:
http://www.antar.org.au/sites/default/files/Call%20to%20action%20to%20reduce%20Indigenous%20imprisonment%20final%20version.pdf

See:

WGAR News: Joint National Call to Action to reduce imprisonment of Indigenous people (16 Apr 11)
http://indymedia.org.au/2011/04/16/wgar-news-joint-national-call-to-action-to-reduce-imprisonment-of-indigenous-people

– Audio

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association:
CAAMA Radio News 06-05-2011
http://caama.com.au/caama-radio-news-06-05-2011
6 May 11: “Calls for Governments to reduce the
disproportionate imprisonment rate of Indigenous
Australians following the latest report from the Australian
Institute of Health and Welfare which shows numbers have
increased by more than 50 per cent over the last decade.”

– News

Ninemsn: Indigenous prison rates jump by 52pc
http://news.ninemsn.com.au/national/8245436/indigenous-prison-rates-jump-by-52pc
4 May 11: “Indigenous imprisonment rates have jumped by
more than 50 per cent over the past decade, with a report
showing they now account for a quarter of the prison
population.The incarceration level climbed in a decade
which started with the Sydney Harbour Bridge reconciliation
walk and included an apology to the stolen generations.”

OTHER NORTHERN TERRITORY (NT) INTERVENTION ARTICLES:

– Audio

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association:
Ned Hargraves on CAAMA radio
http://caama.com.au/17110
5 May 11: “Walpiri man Ned Hargraves tells CAAMA radio
about how his people continue to struggle with the Northern
Territory Intervention.”

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association:
CAAMA Radio News 05-05-2011
http://caama.com.au/caama-radio-news-05-05-2011
5 May 11: “The Central Land Council has welcomed the move
to take away large blue signs put up on Aboriginal land and
Community Living Areas by the Australian Government during
the intervention in 2007.”

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association:
CAAMA Radio News 04-05-2011
http://caama.com.au/caama-radio-news-04-05-2011
4 May 11: “The Australian Greens are calling for an end to
talk by the Federal Opposition leader Tony Abbott for a
‘new intervention’ and short term strategies that would
come with this.”

– Analysis / Opinion

Eureka Street: Eyeballing injustice
http://www.eurekastreet.com.au/article.aspx?aeid=26042
1 May 11: “Remember the Northern Territory Intervention of
2007. The Howard Government regularly trotted out Noel
Pearson as a respected Aboriginal leader as a supporter of
this intervention. And yet one month ago, Noel Pearson
finally distinguished his own North Queensland Intervention
from the NT proposal. … Once again to quote Noel Pearson:
… The difference from the (Northern) Territory is that
the Cape York scheme encourages community members to take
up their responsibilities. If people are being responsible,
they are not affected by income management.” Frank Brennan

– News

Catholic Leader: Jobs part of justice for indigenous people
http://www.catholicleader.com.au/news.php/top-stories/jobs-part-of-justice-for-indigenous-people_73366
8 May 11: “A BISHOP and the head of a ministry to
Aboriginal Catholics have attacked the Federal Government’s
“one shoe fits all approach” to solving problems in remote
Aboriginal communities, particularly as regards the
Northern Territory intervention. Bishop Christopher
Saunders of Broome and executive officer of Sydney
archdiocese’s Aboriginal Catholic Ministry Graeme Mundine
have also criticised the dismantling of the Community
Development Employment Program (CDEP), seeing the decision
as contributing to problems in remote indigenous
communities.”

ABC Alice Springs: Signs can go ‘by request’
http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2011/05/05/3208735.htm
5 May 11: “The controversial blue signs banning alcohol and
pornography in prescribed areas are no longer ‘legally
required’, but the government has put the onus on
Aboriginal communities to request their removal in writing.
… Central Land Council’s David Ross says resentment from
the Aboriginal community has not abated in the four years
the signs have been in place. “They’ve been a running sore
since the Intervention, people felt it criminalised them
and it made them feel deeply shamed,” he said.”

Australian: 700 abort NT income scheme
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/news/nation/abort-nt-income-scheme/story-e6frg6nf-1226050091296
5 May 11: “MORE than 700 people in the Northern Territory
have pulled out of voluntary income-management despite the
financial bonuses built into the scheme, prompting welfare
groups to declare there is an exodus from the federal
government program.”

BACKGROUND TO THE NORTHERN TERRITORY (NT) INTERVENTION:

Creative Spirits:
Northern Territory Emergence Response (NTER)
– “The Intervention”:
http://www.creativespirits.info/aboriginalculture/politics/northern-territory-intervention.html

Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Northern Territory National Emergency Response:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Northern_Territory_intervention

STICS (Stop the Intervention Collective Sydney):
http://stoptheintervention.org/

Crikey – NT Intervention:
http://www.crikey.com.au/topic/nt-intervention/

The Greens: Rachel Siewert: Northern Territory Intervention:
http://rachel-siewert.greensmps.org.au/category/issues/indigenous-rights/northern-territory-intervention

IRAG (Intervention Rollback Action Group):
Mparntwe – Alice Springs:
http://rollbacktheintervention.wordpress.com/

Jobs with Justice:
http://jobswithjustice.wordpress.com/

MAIC (Melbourne Anti-Intervention Collective):
http://maicollective.blogspot.com/

ANTaR (Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation)
– NT intervention:
http://www.antar.org.au/issues_and_campaigns/nt_intervention

‘concerned Australians’:
Without Justice there can be no Reconciliation:
http://www.concernedaustralians.com.au/

New Matilda – northern territory intervention:
http://newmatilda.com/tag/northern-territory-intervention

Amnesty International Australia:
Looking back at the Northern Territory Intervention:
http://www.amnesty.org.au/indigenous-rights/comments/24460/

Treaty Republic: Northern Territory Intervention:
http://treatyrepublic.net/search/node/Northern%20Territory%20Intervention

Defending Indigenous Rights:
http://defendingindigenousrights.wordpress.com/

Intervention walk-off’s Blog:
http://interventionwalkoff.wordpress.com/

Australian Human Rights Commission:
Northern Territory ‘Emergency Response’ intervention:
http://www.hreoc.gov.au/social_justice/intervention/index.html

FAIRA; Human Rights Law Resource Centre; NACLC:
Australia’s compliance with CERD – Fact Sheet 2:
Northern Territory Intervention:
http://www.hrlrc.org.au/files/Fact-Sheet-2-NT-Intervention.pdf

Green Left: Northern Territory intervention: myths and facts:
http://www.greenleft.org.au/node/39732

WGAR (Working Group for Aboriginal Rights):
http://wgar.info/

OTHER ABORIGINAL ARTICLES:

– Analysis / Opinion

Countercurrents.org : Royal Wedding, Censorship,
Holocaust Commission And Holocaust Denial
http://www.countercurrents.org/polya020511.htm
2 May 11: “The recent British Royal Wedding involved
extraordinary Royal censorship of world media that mirrors
British Establishment ignoring of its immense genocidal
crimes over the last few centuries. … ” Dr Gideon Polya


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