The 'National Emergency' and Land Rights Reform: Separating fact from fiction
This report, commissioned by Oxfam Australia, provides compelling evidence to argue that the proposed changes to the Aboriginal Land Rights (Northern Territory) Act 1976 have no connection with the incidence of child sexual abuse; are likely to jeopardize the effectiveness of the Government's emergency response in the Northern Territory, and are detrimental to the development of Aboriginal communities.
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