full text of the 'Bringing
them Home' Report about Australia's 'Stolen generation' is now
available from the Reconciliation
and Social Justice Library , which includes an array of both Government
and Non-Government publications.
The Library's web site also
contains documents relating to The
Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody, the full text of
the address to the press club by Pat
Dodson and speeches
by Camilla Cowley, a Queensland Pastoralist, and by Peter Wertheim, the
President of the NSW Jewish Board of Deputies.
"Almost half of the Aboriginal people
who died in custody and were investigated by the Black Deaths Royal Commission,
had been removed from their families as children. This issue, the removal
of children, will mean the school history books
will have to be rewritten."
them Home' is also available from the Human
Rights & Equal Opportunity Commission
(HREOC) website along with facts
about the Stolen Children Inquiry, information about 'Who
spoke out at the time?' ("It is not true to say that people 'did not
know'. People did know, but the warnings went unheeded") and Articles
The site also contains a
biography of former HREOC ATSI Social Justice Commissioner, Mick
Proposed Second National Indigenous Australian Gay Men and Transgender Peoples Conference Proposed for Brisbane QLD in April 1998
|Visit the complete
Koori Centre Listing
of Australian indigenous focussed sites.
As part of its committment to the development of Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities, the Koori Centre is offering an Internet Sponsorship Scheme to enable community organisations to develop a presence on the World WideWeb.
Studies WWW Virtual Library is a long established key central reference
Another is Australian Aboriginal Information at VicNet which has a huge and searchable database.
|InfoKoori @ State Library of NSW. This database aims to provide an accurate index to information about the issues, people and events that affect the indigenous peoples of Australia.|
|xIndigiNet aims to facilitate access by Indigenous community organisations and individuals to the internet. To assist community organisations to maintain ownership of their cultural property and to maintain control over its selective transmission.||
|Face the Facts, Questions and Answers About Aboriginal People and Torres Strait Islanders. Produced by the Federal Race Discrimination Commissioner 1997.|
|The Aboriginal Independent newspaper||You can also get FACTS from the Australian Bureau of Statistics Indigenous statistics unit.|
|Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Commission web site.||
|Malcolm Farnsworth has compiled a very extensive Guide to the Wik Debate that includes links to the following information:|
|The Northern Land Council's extensive site covers issues relevant to both the Northern Territory and the whole of Australia, information about the history of the Aboriginal flag, Aboriginal rock paintings, book reviews, and the importance of title over the sea.|
|Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) Health research||ATSI Health Bulletin|
Native Title Tribunal
Info on native title process
|Human Rights Council of Australia|
English Christian magazine covers Reconciliation in depth.