Stolen Wages stay stolen – WA’s turn

It’s hard to know what to say on this issue that hasn’t already been said, but the blithely blatant injustice is still hard to stomach – I can only imagine the fury many Aboriginal must feel about this. Almost five years ago I wrote here about the report of the Senate Committee Inquiry I helped…

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What COAG meant for Indigenous Australians

The headlines after COAG focused on health and education and the overall size of the money handed out (with the usual uncertainty about how much was ‘new’ money and how much had already been promised or committed).  Jon Altman from ANU has written a good rundown on the various COAG agreements which relate to Indigenous…

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