Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Justice
In the wake of news last week on concerns about the Adani coal mine and challenges to the integrity of the current Native Title Act, the Australian Religious Response to Climate Change (ARRCC) is asking everyone to stand with the Wangan and Jagalingou through a petition letter.
Indigenous sovereignty is explored in the March 2017 edition of Just In Time, a publication on social justice from the Conference of Leaders of Religious Institutes in NSW or CLRI(NSW).
Pope Francis sends a response to a video message recorded in Alice Springs from those who experienced the impact of St John Paul II’s iconic words to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Alice Springs on 29 November 1986.
On Sunday 27th November 2016, church leaders, parishes and Indigenous communities will gather together to commemorate the 30th Anniversary of Saint John Paul II's (JPII) visit to Alice Springs in the heart of Australia on 29th November 1986, promoting not only rebirth and hope but justice and equal rights of indigenous peoples.
The Aboriginal & Islander Health Worker Journal, the only national publication written by, and for, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Workers celebrated its 40th anniversary with a special edition at the National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Worker Association (NATSIHWA) conference last week in Brisbane.
Australia's nuclear industry has a shameful history of 'radioactive racism' dating back to the 1950s British bomb tests. These attitudes persist as plans to dump over half a million tonnes of nuclear waste on Aboriginal land and open new uranium mines, writes CRA Justice Coordinator Claude Mostowik msc in Just Comment.
The National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Catholic Council (NATSICC) has expressed shock and devastation at the treatment of young people incarcerated in the Don Dale Correctional Facility in Darwin and called for quick and decisive action on this important national issue.
Remote and indigenous communities are disproportionately targeted by the nuclear industry, particularly in the deserts of Australia where radioactive waste facilities are proposed, impacting unjustly upon Aboriginal communities, says Natalie Wasley.