Where is the justice for young people whose mental health is impacted by being incarcerated?
With Australia experiencing its third year of a La Niña weather cycle, First Nations communities continue to be disproportionately impacted by floods. Culturally safe solutions are needed.
The inquest into the death of Kumanjayi Walker has begun, examining the causes of Kumanjayi’s death.
Russell Marks’ Black Lives, White Law is not about solutions; it’s about identifying the problems with Australia’s criminal legal system, and the injustice it does to First Nations people.
Too many First Nations women have been killed by people who have a history of violence in relationships.
The ten-year National Plan to End Violence Against Women and Children is proposing to align with Closing the Gap to address First Nations violence. This could work, but there are limitations.
Climate change affects groups very differently. Here’s how Australians facing climate shifts now are responding.
Last week, the Senate inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and children found Indigenous women are eight times more likely to be murdered. What needs to happen?
Until authorities acknowledge systemic racism and are held responsible for it, Aboriginal people will never see equity or just outcomes.
Government health organisations need to provide better support for Indigenous people suffering from musculoskeletal conditions.
A recent report has found First Nations children in Victoria have better health outcomes, however culturally appropriate research can better highlight what’s going well for First Nations kids’ health.
Both NSW and Queensland have committed to criminalise coercive control. This has the potential to disproportionately impact First Nations people who often can’t report to police safely.
A record 11 Indigenous representatives are now in federal parliament, most of them women. But despite the improvement in representation, research tells us their road ahead won’t be an easy one.
First Nations communities have experienced data being collected by researchers unethically. Better practices and relationships with communities can happen through ways of sharing such as yarning.
This year’s Commonwealth games boasted a record number of First Nations athletes, a lot of them women. While positive, the history of the Games and potential for burn-out for athletes is very real.
Australian Governments must embrace Indigenous Nation Building if the Uluru Statement is to lead to effective structural reform and self-determined government for First Nations peoples.
First Nations peoples have known for a long time they come from the land. There is potential for others to learn and appreciate their connection to Country as a way to better care for our planet.
First Nations children continue to be overrepresented in incarceration to due to overpolicing. What can schools do to decolonise education and keep First Nations kids in school?
Misconceptions around Acknowledgement of Country and Welcome to Country persist. Many people do not understand what they are, how they are different or why they are practised.
The Albanese government is moving towards a referendum having Australia voting on a First Nations Voice to Parliament. So how much detail should voters have about the Voice?