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This paper discusses the historical context of the NSW Aboriginal Education Consultative Group and the NSW Aboriginal Education Policy, and emphasises the need for culturally inclusive policies with relevant policy implementation strategies.
Presented at the 2009 Australian Social Policy Conference, the paper also highlights...
Presentations now available from this symposium held in Melbourne on 1 December 2009.
Aunty Joy Murphy-Wandin Welcome to Country
Dr Paula Gerber
Opening remarks - The experience of Indigenous Victorians relating to birth registration and birth certificates Symposium presentation...
This lecture argues that children’s rights continue to be inadequately protected in Australia. Twenty years ago, the Australian Government signed and ratified the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child. While much has been achieved in the protection and promotion of children’s rights...
In this keynote address to AIATSIS Native Title Conference, Social Justice Commissioner asks how the annually tabled Native Title and Social Justice reports can be used to achieve the aims of reconciliation.
I will start by giving you some background to my role as...
This paper focuses on the resolution of native title claims by negotiated outcomes and looks at the range of options for settlement expressly contemplated, or permitted, by the Native Title Act.
It looks in some detail at the various factors that can affect...
The full text of ANZSOG Dean and CEO Professor Ken Smith’s speech at the opening dinner for The Indigenous Affairs and Public Administration: Can’t we do better? Conference.
The conference is a joint initiative of ANZSOG and the Department of the Prime Minister and...
The Redfern Park Speech was made on 10 December 1992 by Australian Prime Minister Paul Keating at Redfern Park in Redfern, New South Wales.
During NAIDOC Week 2019, Ken Wyatt, Minister for Indigenous Australians, delivered his first major speech at National Press Club.
Tom Calma, the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, was asked by the Stolen Generations Alliance and the National Sorry Day Committee to respond to the Apology.