2 edition of Aboriginal people of the Northern territory. found in the catalog.
Aboriginal people of the Northern territory.
by Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission in Canberra
Written in English
|Contributions||Commonwealth of Australia.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||27|
Summary. A Decision to Discriminate is an important historical record that focuses on the Senate Committee Inquiry into the Stronger Futures legislation.. It shows how the government decision-making process chose to ignore the views and ideas expressed by many Aboriginal people of the Northern Territory communities in much the same way as has happened since colonisation. Aboriginal Ceremonies from Northern Australia p>Aboriginal people in the traditional communities of the far north of the Northern Territory still maintain their ancient ceremonies and rituals. These remain of crucial importance to their lives and involve the whole community.
Get this from a library! The relative economic status of indigenous people in the Northern Territory, [J Taylor; L M Roach; Australian National University. Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research.] -- Review of population size and distribution, labour force status, income and welfare dependency in Northern Territory ; tables include Indigenous and non-Indigenous . Aboriginal people living on islands off the Northern Territory coast went without food, fuel and essential supplies for almost three days last week after a telecommunications outage left them.
In partnership with Aboriginal Territorians, the Northern Territory Government is developing the Northern Territory Aboriginal Justice Agreement. The draft Agreement outlines how the NT Government and Aboriginal Territorians will work together to improve justice outcomes for Aboriginal people. The NT Government has released this draft to seek input from Territorians . Legislation / Key Provisions Aboriginals Ordinance (Cth) Aboriginals Ordinance (PDF - Cth) (PDF - KB) To be read with Aborigines Act After the Northern Territory became a territory of the Commonwealth on all South Australian laws remained in force until altered by a Commonwealth law. Chief Protector may undertake the care, custody or control of any 'aboriginal .
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Get this from a library. Aboriginal people of the Northern Territory. [Jon C Altman; Diane Smith; Australia. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission.]. Get this from a library. Aboriginal people in the Northern Territory. [Australian Bureau of Statistics.;] -- A description of contemporary Aboriginal society in the Northern Territory.
Based principally on the results of the Census and supplemented by data supplied by other Northern Territory. Print book: National government publication: English: [Rev. ed.]View all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Aboriginal Australians -- Australia -- Northern Territory.
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Visit galleries in Darwin and Alice Springs to access the biggest displays of indigenous art. The Northern Territory Supreme Court has slammed the actions of N.T Police who went beyond their powers by arresting Aboriginal people for drinking alcohol in their own home.
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Europeans first sighted. Her rich experiences while living and working with Indigenous people in the Northern Territory are the inspiration for these books. Order Books Online here NEW Ninu Easter Bilby This is her second book about the bilby.
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