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Climate change is stealing the Islanders' homes, livelihoods and connection to ancestral lands.
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More than 90 percent of Australians voted 'Yes' in support of Indigenous rights.
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Indigenous wellbeing is stagnating or worsening.
It will be announced today at a national domestic violence summit in Brisbane.
For not doing their job properly.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth are reporting higher levels of concern about bullying, suicide, drugs and alcohol.
Our message to governments is that addressing an overcrowded prison system at a time of falling crime rates should trigger a real change to our justice policies and current high spending prison approach.
Property prices are going up, while 1 in 200 Australians are homeless.
Aboriginal children make up less than five percent of the general population yet they make up 35 percent of children in out-of-home care. In my home state of WA, it is just over 50 percent. Many people are concerned that there is another stolen or lost generation happening.