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We should be welcome UN’s Intervention interfering

We should be welcome UN’s Intervention interfering

Last week, the UN’s special rapporteur on indigenous rights released his criticisms of the NT intervention, much to the chagrin of many Aussie pollies. However, Australia shouldn't continue to ignore objective international advice, writes Binoy Kampmark.

Racist, not working: UN bashes NT intervention

Racist, not working: UN bashes NT intervention

Make no mistake, the United Nations' criticism of Australia's Northern Territory intervention was a flogging of colonial proportions.

Does the parliamentary process discriminate?

Does the parliamentary process discriminate?

John Howard's rejection of a charter of rights in comparison with the UN's criticism of the Northern Territory Intervention, highlights the problems with Australia's parliamentary process, writes wmmbb.

UN envoy: NT intervention racist

UN envoy: NT intervention racist

The UN's special rapporteur on indigenous rights Professor James Anaya has delivered a damning report card on the NT intervention, labeling it "discriminatory", "demeaning" and "racist". Read his full statement here.