Indigenous Rights Series: the Northern Territory intervention and human rights
This 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 manual provides a clear overview of the events relating to the Northern Territory intervention and examines whether the government is still in breach of human rights. It looks at case studies from the intervention and listens to voices from the community, including aboriginal leaders.
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