27/07/2011 Interview with Randa Kattan about expansion of Income Management to Vic, NSW, Qld and SA

Contents:
* Interview with Randa Kattan about the campaign against the
expansion of Income Management to Vic, NSW, Qld and SA
* Interviews with Alistair Nicholson and Ian Viner about the
current round of consultations in the NT over the Intervention
* Videos opposing Muckaty nuclear waste dump
* Upcoming Aboriginal rights events around Australia
* Other Northern Territory (NT) Intervention articles
* Background to the Northern Territory (NT) Intervention
* Other articles

* INTERVIEW WITH RANDA KATTAN ABOUT THE CAMPAIGN AGAINST THE EXPANSION OF INCOME MANAGEMENT TO VIC, NSW, QLD AND SA:

– Audio Interview

3CR Community Radio 855 AM: Podcasts
Stick Together – 25 Jul 2011
[scroll down page] http://www.3cr.org.au/podcast
[download this program] http://pod.3cr.org.au/pod/3CRCast-2011-07-24-78032.mp3
25 Jul 11: “Randa Kattan, Executive Director of the Arab
Council Australia, will speak about the campaign against
the expansion of Centrelink “income management” programs to
Vic, NSW, QLD and SA. … ”

See New website:

Welcome to the campaign website of Say No to Government’s
Income Management, Not in Bankstown, Not Anywhere!
http://www.sayno2gim.info/
“The Australian Government has announced that Income
Management will be coming to Bankstown. A coalition of
organisations came together in June 2011 to campaign
against this policy. … Read the Open Letter to Minister
for Human Services and Minister for Social Inclusion,
Tanya Plibersek, the Member of Blaxland, Jason Clare and
the Member for Banks, Daryl Melham.”

* INTERVIEWS WITH ALISTAIR NICHOLSON AND IAN VINER ABOUT THE CURRENT ROUND OF CONSULTATIONS IN THE NT OVER THE INTERVENTION:

– Audio Interview

SBS Audio and Language: Aboriginal:
Deeply Troubling – Intervention Consultation Concerns
http://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/aboriginal/highlight/page/id/178909/t/Deeply-Troubling-Intervention-Consultation-Concerns/in/english
21 Jul 11: “Former Chief Justice of the Family Court,
Alistair Nicholson speaks out on the NT Intervention.
Former Chief Justice of the Family Court, Alistair
Nicholson says he is deeply troubled by the current round
of government consultations across the Northern Territory.
Mr Nicholson tells Michelle Lovegrove, the current round
began so quickly, communities had very little time to
prepare.” Michelle Lovegrove

– Audio Interview

SBS Audio and Language: Aboriginal:
A Policy Sale – Or Consultations?
http://www.sbs.com.au/yourlanguage/aboriginal/highlight/page/id/178911/t/A-Policy-Sale—Or-Consultations-/in/english
21 Jul 11: “Open Letters question the intent of the current
round of consultations in the Northern Territory. Two
former Federal Ministers for Aboriginal Affairs have joined
with an extraordinary group of Australians – to denounce
the continuation of the Northern Territory Intervention.
Former Ministers Ian Viner and Fred Chaney, as well as
former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser, Professors Pat Dodson
and Larissa Behrendt; Dr Djiniyini Gondarra and Rosalie
Kunoth Monks and Former Chief Justice of the Family Court,
Alistair Nicholson have attacked successive governments for
their neglect and continuing ill-treatment of the
Aboriginal people. … Former Aboriginal Affairs Minister
Ian Viner tells Michelle Lovegrove, it’s vital communities
ensure their voices are heard.” Michelle Lovegrove

See:

‘concerned Australians’: New round of consultations 2011
http://www.concernedaustralians.com.au/

STICS: Consultations 2011
http://stoptheintervention.org/facts/consultations-mid-2011

Our Generation: Prominent Australians Speak Out [about the consultations]
http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/press/

WGAR News: New round of Government consultations in the NT over the Intervention (1 Jul 11)
http://indymedia.org.au/2011/07/01/wgar-news-new-round-of-government-consultations-in-the-nt-over-the-intervention

WGAR News: Interviews with Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra about the Government’s consultation process (6 Jul 11)
http://indymedia.org.au/2011/07/06/wgar-news-interviews-with-rev-dr-djiniyini-gondarra-about-the-government%E2%80%99s-consultation-p

WGAR News: 24 prominent South Australians call on the government to end the NT Intervention (22 Jul 11)
http://indymedia.org.au/2011/07/22/wgar-news-24-prominent-south-australians-call-on-the-government-to-end-the-nt-interventio

* VIDEOS OPPOSING MUCKATY NUCLEAR WASTE DUMP:

YouTube: A message to Senators from Muckaty Traditional Owners

22 Jul 11: “Many Muckaty Traditional Owners are opposed to
establishment a radioactive waste dump on the Muckaty Land
Trust, 120km north of Tennant Creek in the Northern
Territory. This is a short video appeal to Senators calling
on them to oppose Minister Ferguson’s National Radioactive
Waste Management Bill, which would entrench Muckaty as the
only site to be actively considered for the dump. More info
about the waste dump plan and community campaign at
http://beyondnuclearinitiative.com/

YouTube: Muckaty – KYLIE SAMBO

18 Sep 10: Music video

YouTube: Muckaty Voices-Australia’s nuclear waste dump story

9 May 10: “”Muckaty Voices” is a short film capturing
community resistance to an Australian government plan to
dump radioactive waste at Muckaty Station, 120 kilometres
north of Tennant Creek in the Northern Territory. The area
is being assessed by the federal government for a low and
long-lived intermediate level radioactive waste facility,
despite sustained opposition from Aboriginal Traditional
Owners, pastoralists and the NT government and community.”

Beyond Nuclear Initiative: Video
http://beyondnuclearinitiative.com/video/

See:

Beyond Nuclear Initiative:
http://beyondnuclearinitiative.com/

* UPCOMING ABORIGINAL RIGHTS EVENTS AROUND AUSTRALIA – 22 EVENTS:

Click on the links for details of the events …

Event: 27 May to Sun 9 October 2011: Kalgoorlie, WA
Exhibition: From Little Things Big Things Grow
– Fighting for Indigenous Rights 1920-1970
Event description: http://www.nma.gov.au/exhibitions/from_little_things_big_things_grow/
Event location: http://www.nma.gov.au/exhibitions/from_little_things_big_things_grow/travelling_details/

Event: Wed 27 July 2011: Melbourne, Vic
‘Our Generation’ Community Screening
Event details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/events/
Film details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/about-2/

Event: Thu 28 July 2011: Carlton, Melbourne, Vic
Gary Foley speaks on the history of Aboriginal resistance
Event details: http://indymedia.org.au/gary-foley-speaks-on-the-history-of-aboriginal-resistance

Event: Wed 3 August 2011: Kempsey, NSW
‘Our Generation’ Community Screening
Event details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/events/
Film details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/about-2/

Event: Fri 5 August 2011: Adelaide, SA
129th Justice and Peace Candlelight Walk
“To call for a Treaty and Bill of Rights, … ”
Event details: http://antarsa.auspics.org.au/?p=1

Event: Tue 9 August 2011: Adelaide, SA
‘Our Generation’ Community Screening
With open panel discussion including:
Rev. Dr. Djiniyini Gondarra OAM
Event details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/events/
Film details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/about-2/

Event: Tue 9 August 2011: Gymea, South Sydney, NSW
‘Our Generation’ Community Screening
Event details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/events/
Event details: [scroll down page] http://stoptheintervention.org/
Film details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/about-2/
Poster: http://stoptheintervention.org/uploads/files_to_download/Facts-Info-Our-Generation/Our-Gen-Gymea-9-8-11.pdf

Event: Wed 10 August 2011: Maroubra, East Sydney, NSW
‘Our Generation’ Community Screening
Event details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/events/
Event details: [scroll down page] http://stoptheintervention.org/
Film details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/about-2/

Event: Wed 10 August 2011: Manly, Sydney, NSW
‘Our Generation’ Community Screening
Event details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/events/
Film details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/about-2/

Event: Thu 11 August 2011: Sydney, NSW
Film night: Special screening of Backroads
Staring Gary Foley and the late Bill Hunter
Tin Sheds Gallery: booking required
Event details: http://tinsheds.wordpress.com/2011/07/18/special-event-gary-foley-in-sydney/

Event: Sat 13 August 2011: Sydney, NSW
Workshop: Black Heart of the City
Gary Foley on Sydney’s Black history
Tin Sheds Gallery: booking required
Event details: http://tinsheds.wordpress.com/2011/07/18/special-event-gary-foley-in-sydney/

Event: Monday 15 August 2011: Narooma, NSW
‘Our Generation’ Community Screening
Event details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/events/
Film details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/about-2/

Event: Wed 17 August 2011: Parramatta, Sydney, NSW
Building Bridges Course 2011
Nicole Watson – Why Change the Constitution?
Organised by Reconciliation for Western Sydney
Event details: [scroll down page] http://stoptheintervention.org/
Register for course (it’s free!): http://www.parramattacollege.com.au/cgi-bin/WebObjects/Parramatta.woa/wa/module.shtml?ID=3X3BBR
Brochure: http://stoptheintervention.org/uploads/files_to_download/Facts-Info/Building_Bridges_2011.pdf

Event: Thu 18 August – Sun 30 October 2011: Wiluna to Perth, WA
Walk Away from Uranium Mining
Event details: http://indymedia.org.au/walk-away-from-uranium-mining
Event details: http://www.nuclearfreefuture.com/
Walk Schedule: http://footprints.footprintsforpeace.net/nffcampaign/upload/files/Wiluna_to_Perth_Walk_Schedule.pdf
About the walk: http://www.greenleft.org.au/node/48231

Event: Fri 19 August 2011: Perth City, WA
‘Our Generation’ Community Screening
Event details: http://www.greenleft.org.au/events/48217
Film details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/about-2/

Event: Mon 22 August 2011: Adelaide, SA
‘Our Generation’ Community Screening
Event details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/events/
Event details: http://unione.unilife.edu.au/Clubs/Event.aspx?CID=267&EID=1498
Event details: http://www.facebook.com/home.php#!/event.php?eid=233274766693612
Film details: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/about-2/

Event: Wed 24 August 2011: Parramatta, Sydney, NSW
Building Bridges Course 2011
Chris Graham – Racism in the Media & the NT Intervention
Organised by Reconciliation for Western Sydney
Event details: [scroll down page] http://stoptheintervention.org/
Register for course (it’s free!): http://www.parramattacollege.com.au/cgi-bin/WebObjects/Parramatta.woa/wa/module.shtml?ID=3X3BBR
Brochure: http://stoptheintervention.org/uploads/files_to_download/Facts-Info/Building_Bridges_2011.pdf

Event: Fri 26 – Sun 28 August 2011: Kalkarindji/Daguragu, NT
Gurindji Walkoff from Wave Hill
– 45th Anniversary Commemoration
Event location and details: http://www.gurindjifreedomday.com/

Event: Wed 7 September 2011: Brunswick, Melbourne, Vic
Indigenous Social Justice Association:
Discussion of Justice Reinvestment
Event details: http://indymedia.org.au/indigenous-social-justice-association-discussion-of-justice-reinvestment
Event details: http://www.isja-msg.com/coming_events.htm

Event: Wed 7 September 2011: Parramatta, Sydney, NSW
Building Bridges Course 2011
Graham Merritt – Aboriginal Activism in WA/NT & STICS
Organised by Reconciliation for Western Sydney
Event details: [scroll down page] http://stoptheintervention.org/
Register for course (it’s free!): http://www.parramattacollege.com.au/cgi-bin/WebObjects/Parramatta.woa/wa/module.shtml?ID=3X3BBR
Brochure: http://stoptheintervention.org/uploads/files_to_download/Facts-Info/Building_Bridges_2011.pdf

Event: Fri 7 & Sat 8, Tue 11 to Sat 15 Oct 2011: Melbourne, Vic
Presented by Melbourne Festival in association with Sydney Festival
Ilbijerri Theatre Company (Australia): FOLEY
“Political agitator Gary Foley presents a swag of stories
from a life lived in the spirit of resistance. … ”
Event details: http://www.melbournefestival.com.au/program/production?id=3860&idx=1&max=12

Event: Fri 4 November 2011 to February 2012: Townsville, Qld
Exhibition: From Little Things Big Things Grow
– Fighting for Indigenous Rights 1920-1970
Event description: http://www.nma.gov.au/exhibitions/from_little_things_big_things_grow/
Event location: http://www.nma.gov.au/exhibitions/from_little_things_big_things_grow/travelling_details/

Event: February 2012 to May 2012: Queensland Museum
Exhibition: From Little Things Big Things Grow
– Fighting for Indigenous Rights 1920-1970
Event description: http://www.nma.gov.au/exhibitions/from_little_things_big_things_grow/
Event location: http://www.nma.gov.au/exhibitions/from_little_things_big_things_grow/travelling_details/

– ‘Our Generation’ Film Reviews

Elimatta:
Aboriginal Support Group – Manly Warringah Pittwater:
Our Generation – Showing in London – page 8
http://www.asgmwp.net/ElimattaWinter2011.pdf
Winter 2011: “The Intervention is yet another example of
the appalling treatment the Aboriginal People of Australia
have been subjected to in such a short period of time
compared to thousands of years of survival. Sinem Saban and
Rev. Dr Gondarra supported by the Yolngu people and
cinematographer, Damien Curtis, have created a sensitive
and realistic view of the plight of those who wish to live
a more traditional life in their homelands and of those
who appear to be dispossessed.” Christine Waterer

Elimatta:
Aboriginal Support Group – Manly Warringah Pittwater:
ASG Information Night: Our Generation – page 6
http://www.asgmwp.net/ElimattaSummer2010.pdf
Summer 2010: “Local resident and journalist, Jeff McMullen
introduced “Our Generation”, the film by Sinem Saban and
Damien Curtis which we were there to see. The film
explored in depth the Federal Government Intervention into
Aboriginal Communities in the Northern Territory. Jeff had
told us that the film’s producers were not having any
success in having the film shown on government or
commercial media outlets and they were having to screen it
in local community halls to show the community at large
just what was involved in the Intervention. It is
basically a war on Aboriginal culture. The dispossession
of the Aboriginal people is simply continuing in a new
guise.” Carol Gerrard

See:

Our Generation: http://www.ourgeneration.org.au/

Aboriginal Support Group – Manly Warringah Pittwater: http://www.asgmwp.net/index.htm

* OTHER NORTHERN TERRITORY (NT) INTERVENTION ARTICLES:

– Analysis / Opinion

WSWS: Australian government deepens Northern Territory “intervention”
http://www.wsws.org/articles/2011/jul2011/ntin-j21.shtml
21 Jul 11: “A “second stage” of the intervention will
commence next year, when the emergency legislation was due
to expire. … The intervention has never had anything to
do with overcoming Aboriginal poverty or protecting
Aboriginal children. The current “consultation” is a
smokescreen for implementing a pre-determined agenda, in
particular welfare cutting and the removal of all barriers
to low-wage labour and corporate profit. The “second stage”
like the first, will use Aboriginal people to test measures
for use against the entire working class.” Susan Allan

– News

NT News: Cheeky sign too much for Canberra
http://www.ntnews.com.au/article/2011/07/26/249521_ntnews.html
26 Jul 11: “The cheeky redecorated Intervention sign at
Yuendumu has reportedly had a short life. The NT News
reported earlier this month that locals had launched a
graffiti payback after years of putting up with the
much-hated signs. The blue-and-white signs had originally
announced grog and porn bans in the community. A new lick
of paint and suddenly it said: “Welcome to Yuendumu. If you
want porn, go to Canberra.” Canberra itself has a thriving
sex and porn scene – possibly fuelled by the thousands of
Government suits who live there.”

Green Left: Cafes, hairdressers and the NT intervention
http://www.greenleft.org.au/node/48232
23 Jul 11: “Sara Hudson, a research fellow at the Centre
for Independent Studies, recently wrote a comment piece on
ABC’s Drum Opinion that supported the Northern Territory
intervention. It also attacked public land title in remote
Aboriginal communities. The article was what you might
expect from a research fellow from the conservative think
tank. “Public bad, private good”, and so on. But one
passage stood out to me, given I had visited many remote
Aboriginal communities recently.” Peter Robson, Darwin

National Indigenous Radio Service:
NT Senator calls for outstation funding
http://www.nirs.org.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5997:nt-senator-calls-for-outstation-funding&catid=2:news-broadcasts&Itemid=65
22 Jul 11: “Northern Territory Senator Trish Crossin says
she will push the Federal Government to reconsider its
decision to strip Indigenous outstation communities of
funding for services next year.”

Amnesty International Australia:
Improved lives in the Northern Territory
http://www.amnesty.org.au/indigenous-rights/comments/26265/
22 Jul 11: “In late 2009 Amnesty released a global report
titled Going Backwards: Laws fuel discrimination in
Australia’s Northern Territory. The report highlighted the
discriminatory aspects of the Northern Territory Emergency
Response, focusing on blanket quarantining of social
security payments for Aboriginal people living in 73
‘prescribed’ communities. Amnesty supporters in Australia
and around the world joined with Aboriginal and
non-Aboriginal activists and organisations campaigning for
this and other injustices to be resolved.”
Sarah Marland and Lucas Jordan

ABC Alice Springs:
Macklin visits Centre for intervention talks
http://www.abc.net.au/local/stories/2011/07/21/3274586.htm
21 Jul 11: “Federal Minister for Indigenous Affairs Jenny
Macklin is in the Centre for a series of community
consultations about the future of the Federal intervention.
… A criticism of this round of community talks has been
the short time frame of just six weeks, but Minister
Macklin says this criticism is unwarranted as the process
is actually taking much longer.”

ABC: Call for tougher stand on welfare payments
http://www.abc.net.au/news/2011-07-21/20110721tougher-welfare/2804366
21 Jul 11: “The Northern Territory Opposition says
Centrelink should start forcing people to train and apply
for vacant positions in remote communities as a requirement
of claiming welfare payments. Opposition indigenous affairs
spokesman Adam Giles says it is unfair that people in
remote Indigenous communities do not have to prove they are
looking for work. He says the exemption is encouraging the
welfare cycle.”

– Audio

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association:
CAAMA Radio News 22-07-2011
http://caama.com.au/caama-radio-news-22-07-2011
22 Jul 11: “The Federal Indigenous affairs Minister Jenny
Macklin has hit back at critics of the consultation process
which is currently taking place with Aboriginal people in
the in the Northern Territory.”

* 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

Treaty Republic – NT Intervention:
http://treatyrepublic.net/search/node/NT%20Intervention

CAAMA (Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association)
– NT Intervention:
http://caama.com.au/?s=NT+Intervention

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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/

Students For Indigenous Rights – UQ:
The Northern Territory Intervention:
http://uqsir.files.wordpress.com/2011/03/stir-uq-intervention-intro-factsheet-new1.pdf

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):
https://wgar.wordpress.com/

* OTHER ARTICLES:

– News

Green Left: Walk away from uranium mining
http://www.greenleft.org.au/node/48231
23 Jul 11: “Footprints for Peace, an international
grassroots group that organises walks, bike rides and runs
around the world, invites families and people of all ages,
background and cultures to come and support traditional
owners in their opposition to uranium mining in Western
Australia by taking part in the “Walk away from uranium
mining” that begins in Wiluna on August 19 and finishes in
Perth on October 28.” Kerrie-Ann Garlick, Perth

National Indigenous Radio Service:
Call for level playing field in mining negotiations
http://www.nirs.org.au/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=5998:call-for-level-playing-field-in-mining-negotiations&catid=2:news-broadcasts&Itemid=65
22 Jul 11: “The head of the country’s peak Native Title
body says negotiations between traditional owners and
mining companies’ needs to be reformed to create a level
playing field. This issue has reentered the spotlight after
an ABC Four Corners report on Monday night highlighted the
problems associated in negotiating land use agreements.”

– Audio

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association:
Engagement and trust key to decreasing Aboriginal Youth in
trouble with the law
http://caama.com.au/engagement-and-trust-key-to-decreasing-aboriginal-youth-in-trouble-with-the-law
25 Jul 11: “The over-representation of Aboriginal youth in
the criminal justice system accross the country is seen as
a national crisis….but in Warnambool in Victoria local
programs are having positive effects. While the rates of
Aboriginal youth in the criminal justice system are rising
accross the country, the number of young aboriginal people
in Warnambool being arrested has fallen 40 % in the last
couple of years.”

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association:
“Denying Aboriginal children their language at school is
psychological abuse” – clinical psychologist
http://caama.com.au/denying-aboriginal-children-their-language-at-school-is-psychological-abuse-clinical-psychologist
25 Jul 11: “Aborignal children attending Territory schools
who are denied the right to speak in their first language
for the first four hours of each day are being
psychologically abused …according to a former teacher
who is now a practicing clinical psychologist. Louise
Samways, a former Territory Education Department
psychologist, who worked at numerous schools throughout
the Alice Springs and Barkly Districts, says any practice
which denies children an opportunity to be able to
understand what is expected of them in their own
language, is abusive.”

Central Australian Aboriginal Media Association:
Committee looks into the significance of Aboriginal language
http://caama.com.au/committee-looks-into-the-significance-of-aboriginal-language
25 Jul 11: “The House of Representaives Standing Committee
on Aboriginal and Torres strait Islander Affairs is calling
for submissions into the significance of Aborignal
languages and the role they can play in helping to close
the disadvantage gap between Indigenous and non Indigenous
Australians…. The preservation and maintenance of Aborignal
language is seen as being vital for the continuation of
strong culture…and the new inquiry hopes to establish the
links between language and improving education, community
wellbeing, interpreting services and strategies to reduce
disadvantage.”

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