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Megan Davis writes about the new United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues in the Indigenous Law Bulletin , and asks whether it is relevant to Indigenous Australians.
Indigenous peoples are increasingly frustrated by the lack of effective remedy in international human rights law and the convenience of the rhetoric of state sovereignty in relation to human rights as opposed to trade. Nascent Indigenous engagement with international trade fora such as the WTO...
In this paper Larissa Behrendt argues that the ideologies of 'mainstreaming' and 'assimilation' have failed in the past to shift the poorer health, lower levels of education, higher levels of unemployment and poorer standard of housing that Aboriginal communities have experienced. In addressing key parts...
Indigenous leaders have described the federal government's new approach to Indigenous policy as a return to assimilation, as blackmail, and as a form of social engineering. Others have heralded it as a much needed new direction in Indigenous affairs. Ruth McCausland examines the government's Indigenous...