Treaty

Djurin Nyoongar Swan River Treaty

VIDEO INCLUDED - Djurin Nyoongar Swan River Treaty officially sanctioned at Matargarup (Heirisson Island) in the Swan River on 1 March 2015. Various groups of the Djurin Republic and Nyoongar Nation came together to sign the Swan River Treaty on this day. "Placing our trust in our Creator and the Stories of our Dreamings, we, the following members of the Nyoongar Nation, affix our signatures representing each of the clans to this Treaty from this day forth to be known as the Swan River Treaty." Read more about Djurin Nyoongar Swan River Treaty

Constitutional recognition, Treaty and Sovereign Rights

Rosalie Kunoth-Monks leads the way on culture and sovereignty and we must follow


Rosalie Kunoth-Monks asserting her position with former Prime Minister Malcolm Fraser listening. (Image NT News)

Kerry Blackman - June 2014 Read more about Rosalie Kunoth-Monks leads the way on culture and sovereignty and we must follow

A poor man's treaty: the 'con' in constitutional reform

Chris Graham 'Tracker Magazine' 1 April 2013

Constitutional recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples seems to have captured the imagination of many white Australians, writes Chris Graham. But are the motives really all pure? Read more about A poor man's treaty: the 'con' in constitutional reform

Commonsense and good faith buried under balance sheets and destruction

A health report back in 2004 by UNSW had concluded that if you give the Original peoples substantive power in their own affairs, encourage and support them in taking responsibility for themselves, offer them assistance as they design tools for the exercise of that power, then they will progress remarkably well.

Australian governments follow their own bogus reports so they can continue to ensure suppression and disposession - (Genocide and Grand Theft). Read more about Commonsense and good faith buried under balance sheets and destruction

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