Between 1956 and 1963, the Australian government authorised British nuclear tests on Anangu country. ‘Old story, new story’ chronicles these events at Maralinga.
Dr Shelley Bielefeld discusses the ALRC’s review of native title and whether native title rights should include commercial rights for Indigenous peoples.
Though the Australian government’s economic desires have contrasted sharply with Indigenous land ownership in the past, Christine Todd argues the two are not mutually exclusive and suggests the economic development of the land should be carried out by the Indigenous population.
Last month, Right Now focused on rights issues and cultural shifts. Here, Right Now’s editorial team present 10 landmark cases that arguably shifted how rights are protected in Australia.