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Professor Lynette Russell, director of the Monash Indigenous Studies Centre, says the Indigenous practice of cultural burning has traditionally been used as a way of rejuvenating and nurturing the land.
This report describes key barriers and promising approaches for improving Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ experience of palliative care in Australia. It covers advance care planning and ways the palliative care sector can improve access and quality of care for this group.
When one reads the Uluru Statement of the Heart – and its call for a Voice to Parliament – it is important to recognise this is not a new fight. In fact, Aboriginal people began making demands for a political voice nearly a century ago.
This paper reviews the instruments and other measures relevant to supporting the protection of Indigenous Knowledge (IK) in Australia, with the intention of identifying ways to estimate the market value attributable to IK.
Advocate for Children and Young People (ACYP) has released the report ‘What Aboriginal children and young people have to say’ which is based on the views and experiences of 2,800 Aboriginal children and young people.
Taking a systems approach that investigates the social, environmental, clinical, biological and genetic risk factors, gives valuable insights into the most important determinants contributing to the development of diabetes-related blindness in Indigenous community.
This article asserts that for Australia to overcome Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander disadvantage and reach the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), a major transformation of current policies and practices will be required.
This interview highlights the issue of the federal government's policy to turbo charge Indigenous businesses being exploited by non-Indigenous Australians.
This fact sheet provides information for GPs to improve services for Stolen Generations survivors.
This fact sheet considers challenges for dental staff in dealing with Stolen Generations survivors.