Cuts to legal services will have disastrous impact

We've joined 25 other organisations calling on the PM to reverse funding cuts to Indigenous legal services
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To mark the seventh anniversary of the Apology, we feature stories of Stolen Generations members, to whom the Apology paid respect.
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Living on Country represents more than a ‘lifestyle choice’

March 12, 2015
Justin Mohamed, Chief Executive Officer Reconciliation Australia The current discussion on the closure of remote Aboriginal communities and the reference of remote living being a ‘lifestyle choice’ reflects a deep misunderstanding of Aboriginal culture. The simplistic comments demonstrate a lack of understanding of Aboriginal culture and the importance and responsibility many Aboriginal people have to live on Country. It is...
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Cuts to legal services will have disastrous impact on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities

March 25, 2015
Reconciliation Australia has joined with 25 other prominent organisations in an open letter to the Australian Prime Minister requesting the he urgently reverse the proposed funding cuts to legal assistance services under the Attorney General’s portfolio. A range of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services (ATSILS), including its peak body National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Legal Services...
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