By Joe Montero Yesterday (26 January), big Invasion Day marches and other events were held across Australia. They were well organised and maintained needed Covid-19 social distancing and mask wearing.
Article from the Human Rights Law Centre (26 August 2020) gives an insight into the circumstances of Tanya’s death in detention and the response of her family to what they see as the injustice committed […]
By Joe Montero The Morrison government has had the gall to ask the human rights committee of the United Nations, to vote against a claim by the Torres Straights Islanders, that climate change caused rising […]
By Ben Wilson As the controversy over black deaths in custody in Australia gathers momentum, the big Black Lives Matter marches around the nation have been added to, with an alliance representing more than 1000 […]
From Queensland More than 100,000 Australians took to the streets this last weekend to demand an end to deaths in custody of First Nations people. Seeing block after block filled with people in the nation’s […]
Suicide among young Frist Nation people in West Australia’s Kimberly is an epidemic, made all the worse by ongoing government neglect. Recommendations from a coronial inquiry have not been implemented yet. This is a crisis […]