The 'Intervention' Legislation - 'Just' Terms or 'Reasonable' Injustice?: 'Wurridjal v the Commonwealth of Australia'
The case of Wurridjal v The Commonwealth of Australia is discussed to arrive at a better understanding of how structural racism systematically disadvantaged indigenous people in the contemporary politico-legal environment. The basic message being conveyed through the Intervention is that it is perfectly acceptable to discriminate against Indigenous Australians and also enact legislation to this effect.
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