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Justice - a civil rights history

gerry group_at_book_launchby Gerry Georgatos

Western Australia's civil rights history has been captured in black and white, in a book, "Justice - A History of the Aboriginal Legal Service of Western Australia" which explores the 40 year history of the Aboriginal Legal Service of WA (ALSWA).

A February launch was held in Perth where noteworthy human rights campaigners and human rights lawyers...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 March 2012 21:38

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Should one parent be white for Aboriginal recruitment in AFL?

N N_pull_the_triggerFormer Essendon player Dean Rioli, nephew of Richmond great Maurice Rioli and cousin of current Hawthorn whiz Cyril Rioli, said media claims out of Melbourne last week that clubs should have an AFL recruitment policy that states one of the parents of Aboriginal players must be non-Indigenous is a step backwards for reconciliation.

"There are some fantastic footballers that have been drafted...

 

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 21 March 2012 21:37

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