The Intervention, Stronger Futures and Racial Discrimination: Placing the Australian Government under Scrutiny
The Northern Territory Emergency Response (NTER/Intervention), instigated in 2007 by Australia's Federal Government, has led to prolonged human rights abuses for Australia's First Peoples living in the Northern Territory. Indigenous peoples have frequently been denied three types of rights in Australia: citizenship rights, Indigenous rights such as self-determination and human rights. Although the Intervention infringes all three, the focal point of this publication will be human rights denied...[Show more]
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