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AIATSIS leads the way to ensure ethical practice is maintained

chrissy grant_aitsis_storyIn the more than 220 year history of colonial incursion in Australia, anthropologists, both professional and amateur, have been poking, prodding and stealing from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities nationwide.

Ethical review of research involving humans has only occurred since the 1960s and so much of what occurred before that, while accepted at the time, would be...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 11:10

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Keating joins the Native Title fight

aunty rosie_borey,_former_PM_paul_keating_&_uncle_bob_anderson_QYAC-AGMPaul Keating has added further to the woes of the current Prime Minister, Julia Gillard by declaring the Federal Government missed a golden opportunity last year to make a vital amendment to Native Title laws to shift the onus of proof away from Indigenous claimants.

The criticism...

 

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Last Updated on Thursday, 28 February 2013 19:01

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