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NACCHO at the National Press Club

Yesterday NACCHO’s Chair Justin Mohamed gave an address to a packed room and national television audience at the National Press Club about the economic value of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations. 979 more words

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NACCHO Chair, Justin Mohamed will give an address at the National Press Club today about the wide ranging value of Aboriginal Community Controlled Health Organisations.
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NACCHO health and racism: Warren Mundine maintains criticism of Coalition's proposed changes to Racial Discrimination Act

The head of the Prime Minister’s Indigenous Advisory Council is continuing to pressure the Government over its proposed changes to racial discrimination laws, and insists he will not stand down from his position. 1,921 more words

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NACCHO Chair Justin Mohamed will be giving an address at the National Press Club in Canberra on Wednesday 2nd April.

Justin will be launching a report on the economic benefits of the Aboriginal Community Controlled Health sector and talking about how to close the health gap between Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal Australians. 21 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal health: Dr Charles Perkins 1993 speech "Aboriginal people and a healthy economy"

Importantly Aboriginal people should be aware of this false economy which forms the basis of Aboriginal affairs in this country.

The economic lifeline is maintained only at the discretion of politicians and a fickle public. 4,181 more words

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NACCHO Close the Gap Day : Warren Mundine: “The Future of Aboriginal Health” Address To Lowitja Institute

“Decades of Indigenous controlled health service delivery have seen the Aboriginal community controlled health sector become a leading provider of primary health care services and a significant employer of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. 2,970 more words

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NACCHO Aboriginal health and racism: Marcia Langton the nature of my Q and A apology to Andrew Bolt

I believe that his obsessive writing about the colour of the skin of particular Aboriginal people is malicious and cowardly

Among the many race-obsessed expressions in his offensive, and now, unlawful, columns was the accusation that the defendants, all ”fair-skinned” Aboriginal people, claimed to be Aboriginal to receive certain benefits. 4,986 more words

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