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Dropping the word Indian, FSIN chiefs vote to change organization's name

Dropping the word Indian, FSIN chiefs vote to change organizat...

FSIN now stands for Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations The largest governing body of First Nations in Saskatchewan is changing its name to reflect the organization's mandate. On Wednesday the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations ... CBC, 2 days ago

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MMIW inquiry should be headed by Indigenous women, report says

Still no word on when inquiry will begin or who will be chosen as commissioners The federal government has released a summary of what it heard from victim's families and advocates during the consultation phase ahead of an inquiry into missing and ...
 CBC16 hours ago

Election 2016: Systemic racism a barrier to indigenous reconciliation, Bill Shorten says

Federal Opposition Leader Bill Shorten has said the prevalence of "systemic racism" in Australian society is one of the key obstacles to achieving reconciliation with Indigenous people. In a speech for National Reconciliation Week in Melbourne ...
 ABC Online1 day ago Leaders walk with Long for reconciliation  Northern Territory Government10 hours ago Shorten starts Long Walk with his kids hours ago Leaders to walk for reconciliation  Northern Territory Government23 hours ago

Vote Compass: Australians support action on Indigenous imprisonment rates

Two-thirds of Australians would like to see the federal government commit to reducing the rates of Indigenous people in prison, Vote Compass data suggests. Indigenous Australians are 15 times more likely to be imprisoned than non-Indigenous ...
 ABC Online1 week ago How to unlock the traditional science of Indigenous Australians  Mashable5 days ago Parties unveil plans to boost indigenous jobs  NewsMail21 hours ago Vote Compass: Most Australians back constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians  ABC Online1 week ago
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Warren Entsch wants education review in Aurukun

Federal MP Warren Entsch says indigenous leader Noel Pearson's education model has failed after teachers were again evacuated from Aurukun's only school. The Leichhardt MP says the provision of education in the Cape York township must be urgently ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 days ago Calls for education review in Aurukun  World News Australia2 days ago Entsch wants education review in Aurukun  World News Australia2 days ago Aurukun a 'failed social experiment', Queensland federal MP Warren Entsch says  ABC Online1 day ago

Indigenous owners appeal for halt to proposed nuclear waste site

Opposition to the Federal Government's proposed nuclear waste facility in the Flinders Ranges is heating up, with traditional owners travelling to meet with Federal Resources Minister Josh Frydenberg to demand the Government shelve its plans. ...
 ABC Online2 days ago Doorstop with Minister for Indigenous Affairs, Brisbane, Queensland  Foreign day ago Government Proposes Members of the Independent Appointments Commission in the House of Assembly  Foreign days ago Traditional owners call on resources minister to halt nuclear waste dump  Special Broadcasting Service3 days ago
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Abuja Court Denies Nnamdi Kanu Bail

The Court of Appeal in Abuja has affirmed the Federal High Court's decision to deny bail to Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). The decision was made by a three-person panel headed by Abdul Aboki, who argued that the ...
 Sahara Reporters2 days ago Appeal Court Affirms Decision Denying IPOB Leader Bail  This Day Online2 days ago BIAFRA: Kanu looses "bail-denial" application at Appeal Court  Daily Trust Nigera3 days ago IPOB Hero Nnamdi Kanu Refused Bail By Appeal Court  TheHeraldng3 days ago

Mexico: indigenous teachers call for inclusive quality education

Education International is the federation of organisations representing over 30 million teachers and other education workers, through over 400 member organisations in more than 170 countries and territories. The second Indigenous Teachers' ...
 Bloomberg2 days ago Education crisis grips Aurukun days ago Education crisis grips Aurukun (AAP)  West Australian2 days ago
Melbourne Age

Federal election 2016: New hope versus old hate in Queensland Senate battle

The Queensland Senate race has come alive, with the prospect of Indigenous LNP Senator Jo Lindgren facing oFf against Pauline Hanson - a person not known for her charitable views of Aborigines - for the last senate seat. It is all the more ...
 Melbourne Age4 days ago

'Scrap Australia Day,' says Indigenous federal candidate

Among the record number of Indigenous candidates from WA in this year's federal election is human rights lawyer Tammy Solonec who says it's time Australia stopped celebrating the nation's founding on January 26. A record number of six Indigenous ...
 World News Australia1 week ago Federal election: Gloves are off in the WA electorate of Swan as candidates trade verbal blows  ABC Online6 days ago
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