In my latest post the importance of maps for combining both classical and digital approaches for historical research got some attention. It is not a coincidence that I would like to follow this trail by looking at a number of examples, but I had not expected that an exhibition in Utrecht would become the focus point. 1,669 more words
11. ROYAL COMMISSION INTO ABORIGINAL DEATHS IN CUSTODY | WHY WEREN'T THE RECOMMENDATIONS IMPLEMENTED?
SOWDI’s previous blog post discussed the 25th anniversary of the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody (RCIADIC). The RCIADIC remains relevant, with Indigenous deaths in custody continuing to occur as recently as July 2016. 496 more words
10. THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE ROYAL COMMISSION INTO ABORIGINAL DEATHS IN CUSTODY | WHY HASN'T ANYTHING CHANGED?
Chiapas/National: CNI and EZLN to Hold Consultation to Appoint Female Indigenous Candidate for 2018 Presidential Elections
I recently discovered a video on YouTube, ‘Mental health issues ‘a train to jail’ for Indigenous Australians’, a segment from ABC NEW’s, Lateline.
The segment follows Brenda Mitchell, an Aboriginal Case Worker and the Manager of Community Restorative Centre (CRC), as she visits Indigenous clients in Broken Hill who are coming out of jail or going before the courts. 497 more words