Indigenous Rights Series: Taking Action

This manual is part of the Indigenous Rights series, a resource which provides opportunities to learn about Indigenous Peoples’ rights issues in Australia today, with a particular focus on the Northern Territory intervention as a key case study. This booklet explains our collective responsibility to advocate for an end to discrimination, and is a useful source of activity ideas for students who want to raise awareness and create change.

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Indigenous Rights Series: Taking Action
A manual for students and young people, describing how to lobby governments on Indigenous People’s rights and advocate for the universal application of human rights standards.
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