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Comment: Discriminating is a 'lifestyle choice'
Sydney Morning Herald

National day of action to protest closure of remote communities

The future of hundreds of remote communities facing closure and thousands of Indigenous Australians currently hangs in the balance. Protests are planned around Australia today in all capital cities as well as regional centres including Cairns, ... Special Broadcasting Service, 5 days ago
Tony Abbott shuts down Aboriginal legal services Green Left Weekly, 1 month ago
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Pakistan Observer

Baloch urges researchers to relate their work with social, economic problems

HEC confers awards on outstanding researchers Raza ur Rehman Saturday, March 14, 2015 - Islamabad—Federal Minister for States and Frontier Regions, Lt. Gen. (R) Abdul Quadir Baloch has urged the researchers to relate their research with social ...
 Pakistan Observer1 month ago Baloch calls for research on social, economic problems  The Nation Pakistan1 month ago

Victory for Heiltsuk Nation, support indigenous fisheries

. On April 2, the Heiltsuk First Nation, located on BC's central west coast, scored a huge victory over the federal Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) and billionaire Jimmy Pattison. Through a series of militant actions, the Nation and its ...
 First Perspective3 weeks ago
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Russian journalist calls to annex Vitsebsk, Homel and Mahileu regions

11:47, — Society Famous Russian source "Sputnik & pogrom" has published an article that questions the territorial integrity of Belarus. Their author Kilill Averyanov-Minsky is well-known for his previous attacks against Russia's neighbors.
 Charter 971 month ago

Lagos guber: Why non indigenes support Agbaje

BY COSMAS OMEGOH President of Ndigbo Cultural Society of Nigeria (NCSN), Chief Udoka Udeogaranya, has given reasons why non-indigenes in Lagos State will vote for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) standard bearer, Jimi Agbaje. He says Agbaje ...
 Daily Sun2 months ago
Ecologist

Apartheid alive and well in Australia

John Pilger AUSTRALIA has again declared war on its indigenous people, reminiscent of the brutality that brought universal condemnation on apartheid South Africa. Aboriginal people are to be driven from homelands where their communities have lived ...
 Zimbabwe Herald1 day ago Forced evictions are Australia's latest racist assault on Aboriginal People  Ecologist1 week ago The secret country again wages war on its own people  Panorama.am1 week ago John Pilger: The secret country again wages war on its own people  Green Left Weekly1 week ago
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Mike Kelly to recontest NSW seat of Eden-Monaro at next federal election

Former Labor member for Eden-Monaro, Mike Kelly, has announced that he will recontest the seat at the next federal election. Dr Kelly lost his New South Wales Lower House seat to the Liberals' Peter Hendy by fewer than 1,000 votes in 2013. In a ...
 ABC Online2 days ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Melbourne listings

The Music Lovers' Society presents a concert of works at Stonnington Community Uniting Church this weekend. The concert features counter tenor Hamish Gould, pianist Kate Gould and violinist Mi Yang performing works by Beethoven, Bach, Handel, ...
 Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
Inter Press Service

To Defend the Environment, Support Social Movements Like Berta Cáceres and COPINH

Active Citizens , Biodiversity , Civil Society , Crime & Justice , Democracy , Development & Aid , Economy & Trade , Environment , Food & Agriculture , Gender , Headlines , Human Rights , Indigenous Rights , Latin America & the Caribbean , Natural ...
 Inter Press Service2 weeks ago Women Still Struggling to Gain Equal Foothold in Nepal  Inter Press Service4 weeks ago
CTV News

In Puerto Rico, a Push To Revive Indigenous Culture

In Puerto Rico's misty, bamboo-studded mountains, elementary school students are studying a nearly extinct language, beating on drums and growing native crops like cassava and sweet potato as they learn about the indigenous people who lived on the ...
 Naharnet2 weeks ago Educators look to revive Puerto Rico's indigenous past  CTV News2 weeks ago
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