Introduction by Croakey: Earlier this year residents of Santa Teresa, a remote Indigenous community near Alice Springs, were awarded compensation, after bringing an action against the NT gov... Read more
An interesting article from Architect and academic Kieren Wong, published last month in the Conversation, lamented the lack of enforceable, contemporaneous, evidence-based standards for the... Read more
Returning control of Aboriginal housing to community hands is essential to meaningful progress on health, education, employment and community sustainability in the Northern Territory, a summ... Read more
More than 100 000 people in Australia are homeless, and many more are in insecure or inadequate housing arrangements. Housing stress is inextricably linked to poverty. At a recent event conv... Read more
In the past days we have learned of the deaths of two significant advocates, workers and innovators in the field of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. The contributions of both me... Read more
Continuing on from earlier posts, here are some more suggestions re stories in Aboriginal health that deserve reporting. Anthropologist Tess Lea, the Director of the School for Social and P... Read more
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