All Victorian institutions, businesses and individuals now have legal obligations to hand over Aboriginal ancestral remains.
The Voice to Parliament, part three of the Uluru deal, seems like it can only end with the Senate and House throwing Indigenous people under the bus.
Partially funded by the Commonwealth, the custody notification system (CNS) is closely modelled on a system in place in New South Wales since 2000.
How exactly did a mining magnate come to spearhead the program to shift indigenous Australians onto cashless welfare?
The Indigenous Employment Provisional Sum might, unsurprisingly, turn out to be subject to widespread fraud.
Perhaps this time, finally, we can make the link between indigenous dispossession and the position of Aboriginal people today, writes secretary of the Honest History coalition David Stephens.
Data. We've got to pay attention to the data, writes Stephen Bartos, CEO of the Australian Research Alliance for Children & Youth.
At our birth as a nation, indigenous people were not part of the conversation. At best, they were treated as a nuisance. At worst ...
We shouldn’t need esteemed foreigners to tell us, for example, that Aboriginal people have been screwed over by our government and society for centuries.