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Why won’t Tony Abbott talk with real leaders of First Nations People?

Front pageMeaningful policy and real outcomes will not be achieved while ever the Prime Minister, Tony Abbott and Federal, State and Territory governments generally continue to ignore legitimate leaders of First Nations Peoples instead of the opinions of advisers such as Noel Pearson and Warren Mundine.

First Nations leaders have again strongly criticised what they regard as Mr Abbott's favoured treatment of Mr...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 24 September 2014 06:52

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Young activists register a victory with Aboriginal passports

Canada returnA group of young Aboriginal activists have re-entered Australia using only their Aboriginal passports giving them they claim an "inadvertent recognition of our right to self-determination".

The four, Meriki Onus of the Gunnai and Gunditjmara, Callum Clayton-Dixon of the Nganyaywana, Pekeri Ruska of the Goenpul and Bogaine Skuthorpe-Spearim of the Gamilaraay, who travelled to Canada as a delegation from...

 

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