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Thursday, 21 February 2019

More NT land claims tipped

More NT land claims tipped
- New Federal laws will enable more Aboriginal land claims in the NT. ... Across Australia, native title claims have been finalised over approximately 35 ...

Traditional Aboriginal healers using bush medicine are hired to work alongside doctors and nurses ...

Traditional Aboriginal healers using bush medicine are hired to work alongside doctors and nurses ...
Aboriginal healers using traditional bush medicine have been hired to treat ... 'If you don't address the spirit of the Aboriginal people in the healing process ... mostly from the central desert areas of the APY Lands in South Australia.

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare releases new report on Aboriginal health and wellbeing

Australian Institute of Health and Welfare releases new report on Aboriginal health and wellbeing
- A new report of the health and welfare of the country's young Aboriginal population has shown the state's population has the highest employment rate ...

For us, they are not just numbers, they are real women who matter

For us, they are not just numbers, they are real women who matter
- We support Aboriginal women's voices and views through advocacy, ... family links to communities in the NT, South Australia and Western Australia.

New research calls for national database of Indigenous cultural heritage sites in Australia

New research calls for national database of Indigenous cultural heritage sites in Australia
- New research from the Whitlam Institute within Western Sydney University calls for a national database of places of Indigenous historical and cultural ...

Chloe Barber following a practical path to medicine

Chloe Barber following a practical path to medicine
- Now Ms Barber wants to join record numbers of indigenous medical students across Australia via a bridging course at the University of Western ...

Courtney Act uses Dancing With The Stars to help Indigenous LGBTI people

Courtney Act uses Dancing With The Stars to help Indigenous LGBTI people
- If Act wins the season she plans to donate her winnings to Black Rainbow which is a suicide prevention organization for LGBTI Indigenous people.

Meet the Turkish designer duo who brought LGBTI politics to London Fashion Week

Meet the Turkish designer duo who brought LGBTI politics to London Fashion Week
- Genderless fashion brand DB Berdan brought LGBTI politics, looks and models to London Fashion Week on Sunday (17 February). DB Berdan are a ...

Trans Woman Killed in El Salvador After Being Deported From the United States

Trans Woman Killed in El Salvador After Being Deported From the United States
- Aislinn Odaly's, an independent LGBTI rights advocate, told The Blade that Camila “migrated to the U.S. because of threats that she had received, but ...

Homosexuality and religion can coexist'

Homosexuality and religion can coexist'
- That was the thrust of several LGBTI activists' remarks on the theme “Homosexuality and Religion Can Coexist,” which was a focus of the Awadh ...

5G debate: a reminder of who actually owns what

5G debate: a reminder of who actually owns what
- The New Zealand Maori Council sees the building of a new 5G network as an opportunity to bridge the skills divide when it comes to the digital, ...

Māori support New Zealand China Relationships

Māori support New Zealand China Relationships
- The current New Zealand China relationship kerfuffle is all avoidable. In 2010 there had been several Iwi Māori Trade missions to China to ...

Surprise te reo Māori finding in prediabetes research

Surprise te reo Māori finding in prediabetes research
- New research from the Healthier Lives National Science Challenge has found people who speak te reo Māori have a reduced risk of progressing from ...

It's time NZ children went on strike to shame adults over climate change inaction

It's time NZ children went on strike to shame adults over climate change inaction
Māori Climate Commissioner, Donna Awatere Huata, says now is the time for Children to shame adults into climate change action. "On March 15th ...

Deep sea mining threatens indigenous culture in Papua New Guinea

Deep sea mining threatens indigenous culture in Papua New Guinea
- For the people of the Duke of York Islands, deep sea mining disturbs a sense of who they are, including the spirits that inhabit their culture and beliefs.

Papua New Guinea — Land of the Unexpected

Papua New Guinea — Land of the Unexpected
- Why Papua New Guinea?” is often the first question people ask us when they learn we've traveled to this remote country. The next question is usually, ...