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The Cost of Colonisation by Natalie Cromb

"The effects of this trespass (effectively, theft) of Indigenous land has been hugely profitable for the Australian government, but utterly devastating for the Indigenous people of Australia. Indigenous peoples have suffered a devastating 80 per cent population loss since this event, and 229 years later – in the absence of any real measures to address the past and present injustices – the devastation remains and is freely seen by anyone who looks."

Why Songlines Are Important In Aboriginal Art
By: David Wroth, Japingka Gallery, 2015

Historical: Referendum Council’s Final Report on constitutional recognition.See NACCHO Link or Download PDF direct
Referendum Council endorses Uluru call for "Indigenous voice to parliament"

The report also called for a separate declaration of recognition, outside of the constitution: "Containing inspiring and unifying words articulating Australia's shared history, heritage and aspirations".
Why do Aboriginal People Want Treaty
#Treaty Constitutional reform rejected by Uluru Summit, which instead will pursue Makarrata, a Yolgnu word for agreement and or Treaty. See more below

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Frontier Wars
"Politicians have a version of history that doesn’t exist when you speak to Aboriginal people" - Rory O’Connor on the massacre of Indigenous people #TheDrum
Check out The University of Newcastle, Australia's map here:

Find Rory OConnor's the CEO of the Yugambeh Museum, speaking about the Frontier Wars and the importance of Aboriginal Language on the The Drum 6/7/2017 (For the very first time in all these years I heard a sensible discussion on Frontier Wars on Australian Television!)

Working Together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Mental Health and Wellbeing Principles and Practice.

Editors: Nola Purdie, Pat Dudgeon and Roz Walker - Comprehensive & Incredible Work!

This Working Together document has among the most concise, authentic discriptions of History & Health for First Nations Peoples living in Australia so far.

Gweagal Shield
   The Gweagal Shield
Return the Gweagal Shield Fund: The Gweagal People call for the British Museum to surrender Indigenous Gweagal shield.
A "shield that sums up the first violent encounters between the British and the Aboriginal people of Sydney in 1770. A bullet hole in the middle is a stark reminder that the Gweagal people of Botany Bay never ceded their land peacefully."
FInd audio Interview: Descendant of first contact says Australia was invaded 'by gunfire'

Rodney Kelly is crowdfunding so he can travel to the UK to meet with the British Museum and continue his campaign for the shield's return to Australia.

'The Constitutional Recognition forum has after three days come to a final position that will see a treaty commission established and a truth and justice style commission established with Constitutional reform no longer a priority.'

"That's what they've chosen rather than some sort of nice words of acknowledgement." more

The Uluru statement reflects long-held Indigenous aspirations. But, in rejecting symbolic constitutional recognition, it puts pressure on Australia’s political leaders.

Murrawarri Nation believe the suggested process is wrong and it needs to be changed from a Reform and Recognition process leading to a Treaty to an Agreement Making Process I.E. Treaty, then Constitutional Reform and Recognition.
Dark Emu - Most important historical record of Australia since all time!
Dark Emu - describes “scenes all around the country of Aboriginal people engineering sophisticated dwellings and irrigation systems. They also describe the cultivation of vast areas of land for yam fields; and the harvesting, storage and milling of grain crops.”

It is the most important historical record reflecting colonial  'ambivalence' toward Aboringinal life-quality through organised agriculture and their pre-colonial community life-style.

'Dark Emu' challenges modern re-tellings of early Aboriginal history

Exploding the hunter-gatherer myth

Dark Emu is published by Magabala Books

Looking at Treaty, Agreements models such as family & community tribes & Confederation.

What does the word 'confederation' mean?
"By definition the difference between a confederation and a federation is that the membership of the member states in a confederation is voluntary, while the membership in a federation is not."
And there's considerations,  research & ideas about Democracy vs. Republic

The concept of Treaty/Treaties was presented in 1987 to draw attention to the fact that Aboriginal sovereignty has never been ceded to the British Crown or the Australian Commonwealth government.

Kevin Gillberts ground-breaking book resonates in the contemporary era as a foundation stone to the Sovereignty Movement, by casting a web around the fundamental legal argument that sovereignty has never been ceded by First Nations and Peoples in the land now known as Australia. There is a viable pathway for recovery from the ongoing genocidal onslaught.

His book is well researched work provides an uncomplicated definitive legal argument based on international law and clarifies the concept of pre-existing and continuing sovereignty. Download this ibook from iTunes (free) or as a pdf file here.

Addressing History: The problem with the Australian Government proposals of Constitutional recognition is that the process is selective, upside down and inside out because it is discounting the marginalised, informal networks among First Nations people who are excluded from mainstream political discourse and who have no funds to voice their concerns  about "why" treaty first is a most logical and correct agenda to embark IF anything about Constitutional recognition is authentic.

Twitter #treatyfirst if you see establishing a criteria with and between First Nations people in Australia is a critical step forward for Australian's everywhere as part of their claim to Sovereignty for the Unity of tribes within this nation we call Australia.

As Yingiya Guyula, a senior Yolngu elder from Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory says; "dismissing constitutional recognition as a toothless tiger".

Sovereign Union FLag

About 'Sovereign Union'

Australia's Frontier Wars' : We remember and will not forget Australia's First Nations people who died in defence of their lands during the colonial invasion. We remember those massacred or who died as a result of this trauma and historical genocidal intent.

Review of Bruce Elder's account "Blood on the Wattle": Massacres and Maltreatment of Aboriginal Australians Since 1788

Working toward a National Unity Government. The right for Australia's First Nations peoples to assert their Sovereignty into Governance

Sacred Treaty Circles

Peace, Prosperity, and Healing. In 1981 Bejam Kunmunara Jalo Noonuccal Kabool (Dennis Walker) drafted a Treaty which allows individuals and organisations to join the Sacred Treaty Circles as well as making themselves legal and lawful in the Sovereign Tribal Origine Peoples (S.T.O.P) lands.

Black Lives Matter

Call for action on Deaths Custody as 25th anniversary: 1991 Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.

Seeking the inclusion of Justice Targets in the existing Close The Gap Targets, and to highlight that Indigenous rates of incarceration are at their highest since the Royal Commission.
No still means NO ADANI COAL MINE
Wangan and Jagalingou Traditional Owners Council

No Still Means NO - On Facebook page with Video


Rosalie Kunoth-Monks, OAM "NAIDOC
Person of the Year" 2015

Address Brisbane 2005 UN Declaration of Community Engagement, needed now more then ever!

QUESTION: Without a Bill of Human Rights "How do we get Institutional change" - Australia?

Reconciliation and Australian Social Work - Past and Present Experiences Informing Future Practice'
- Let's get serious about culturally inclusive social work and ALL service practice. This book is Edited by Dr. Christine Fejo-King & Jan (Well Done!)
Grandmothers Against Removals
Australian Child Protection departments are forcibly removing more children per head of population then any other western nation.

Working Together: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Mental. Health and Wellbeing Principles and Practice. Editors: Nola Purdie, Pat Dudgeon and Roz Walker - Comprehensive and Incredible Work!

Social and Emotional Wellbeing - Making Room for Circles

Something to gratify. An experience in explorations with ecopsychology

Beautiful - Martin Heidegger - a film about his beliefs, takes us on a journey around the world to meet philosophers influenced by the thought of Martin Heidegger, as well as experts in the fields of sports, music, craft, and cooking, in a celebration of human beings, and our ability to find meaning in life through the mastery of physical.
Hölderlin’s poetry and Heidegger’s thinking with
Stephen B. Hatton's,
Elemental Sonority: Heidegger, Hölderlin, and Thunder

Why It's So Hard to Talk About Peace in Sri Lanka is a wider discussion about positive and negative PEACE deals in general throughout the world. It offer's a lens highlighting why conflict continues throughout the world and what we need to do to think and do Change.

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Civic Society led or leading the bigger picture?

What will make a difference?

CADMUS Journal - Neoliberalism has led humanity to an economy based on speculation, delocalization of production and war

UN warns of ‘record high’ 60 million displaced amid expanding global conflicts

Open Letter to ALL Australians

Call for Royal Commission into Australia's Treatment of Asylum Seekers

Website Launched.

It's about time Australia, "as a mature nation, to acknowledge its past, atone for its mistakes, repudiate jingoistic nationalism and move towards a national celebration inclusive of all Australians."

Australia's Curriculum review raises questions over teaching of Aboriginal history in Australian Schools.

Trauma and the reinvigoration of Anzac An argument
by Christina Twomey

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