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What is workplace discrimination and what to do if you think you are a victim

Every two years, the Diversity Council of Australia publishes the ... According to the Diversity Council last report in 2019, Aboriginal and ... View article...

Inquiry into missing and murdered First Nations women announced

“Aboriginal women in West Australia are at a high risk of murder… There is also racism by the criminal justice system, leaving them and their children ... View article...

Anti-lockdown activists spreading dangerous 'lies' about COVID response in Indigenous communities

A National Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisation ... said social media posts claiming the Australian Defence Force was forcibly ... View article...  - The Sydney Morning Herald

Rangi Hirini: Blak Pride and Australia's Indigenous LGBTQ+ icons

The study also found more than 40 per cent of participants decided not to disclose their Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander heritage on dating ... View article...

Māori vaccination effort goes door-to-door in Taranaki

Groups of rangatahi are going door-to-door in towns and suburbs with high Māori populations in Taranaki in an effort to boost flagging vaccination ... View article...

Māori vaccination rates reach 80% first dose

Associate Minister of Health (Māori) Hon Peeni Henare today confirmed that Māori across the motu have now reached 80 percent for first doses of ... View article...

Sami experience gives insight into road to self-determination

The chairperson of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues is encouraging Māori to continue in its pursuit of indigenous autonomy, ... View article...

Aspiring Māori Leaders In The Health Sector Receive Helping Hand

Māori leadership is standing out strongly in students emerging in the healthcare sector who are united in one goal, improving Māori healthcare ... View article...