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Calling for national action on discriminatory, unfair laws and systems  #JustJustice

Calling for national action on discriminatory, unfair laws and systems #JustJustice

Melissa SweetAug 21, 2015

In a recent article

"Why aren't I in prison?" ... Some questions about white privilege #JustJustice

Melissa SweetAug 19, 20152 Comments

Public health concerns like white privilege and racism were on the agenda at the Leaders in Indigenous Medical Education Network

The Health Wrap: The Vegemite news spread; On your bike (sans helmet); a chronic problem; funding medical research and teens' troubling mental health.

Kellie BissetAug 17, 2015

 

Hearing from leaders in Indigenous medical education - plus #LIMEvi Twitter wrap

Hearing from leaders in Indigenous medical education - plus #LIMEvi Twitter wrap

Melissa SweetAug 16, 2015

Leaders in Indigenous medical education from Australia, Aotearoa, Canada and Hawai’i gathered in Townsville last week, on the country of the Bindal and Wulgurukaba Peoples, for

NT Coroner calls for repeal of

NT Coroner calls for repeal of "paperless arrest" laws #JustJustice

Melissa SweetAug 14, 2015

The findings of an inquest in the Northern Territory into the death of a senior Walpiri man

#cripcroakey: introducing Croakey readers to the wonderful, wild world of disability politics, policy & people

#cripcroakey: introducing Croakey readers to the wonderful, wild world of disability politics, policy & people

Marie McInerneyAug 14, 2015

Croakey is excited to be working with El Gibbs, who is today launching a crowd-funding campaign  – #cripcroakey - to fund a series of articles on disability and heal

"Listen to Us": This report deserves a wide readership #JustJustice

Melissa SweetAug 13, 20151 Comment

Summer May Finlay writes: Western Australia is often in the headlines for policies that are harmful for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people

Syphilis in remote Indigenous communities: can we eradicate it this time or is the risk now greater?

Marie McInerneyAug 12, 2015

A recent syphilis outbreak in Central Australia has prompted

Forget Vegemite-based policy. Here are some sensible recommendations for reducing alcohol-related harms

Forget Vegemite-based policy. Here are some sensible recommendations for reducing alcohol-related harms

Melissa SweetAug 10, 2015

Indigenous Affairs

Why we need to have some

Why we need to have some "honest and uncomfortable conversations" about racism

Melissa SweetAug 7, 2015

In the run up to this year’s International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples on 9 August, Amnesty International’s Indi