After the White-Out: Indigenous Policy Post-Howard

Jull, Peter (2004, October 01). After the White-Out: Indigenous Policy Post-Howard. Arena, .

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Author Jull, Peter
Title After the White-Out: Indigenous Policy Post-Howard
Newspaper Arena
Open Access Status Other
Publication date 2004-10-01
Section 73
Subject 370103 Race and Ethnic Relations
Abstract/Summary Australia is not currently hearing the voices, white or indigenous, who can lead debate. Too often white politicians respond to events or issues, e.g., the Redfern riot (see Arena Magazine No. 70), with irrelevancies or to push unrelated agendas. Nobody wants to go first on the big issues, it seems. There is no lack of documentation or ideas from the indigenous side. Patrick Dodson's 1999 Lingiari lecture, the 1998 Kalkaringi statement, the three indigenous social justice reports of 1995, the one-liners or more of various constitutional discussions of the past years, the Reconciliation Council work, etc., all provide practical ideas and much consensus.
Keyword indigenous self-government
indigenous self-determination
Australian Aborigines

Document type: Newspaper Article
Collection: School of Political Science and International Studies Publications
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Created: Mon, 11 Oct 2004, 10:00:00 EST