News

  • Alice Springs Grog Summit

    ANTaR NT's David Cooper attended the Alice Springs Grog Summit held on 30 and 31 July.  Read the APONT Communique outlining the proceedings and identified priority areas here.  Summit delegates agreed that there was an urgent need for action and better evidence to address alcohol related harm both in Alice Springs and across the NT.

     

     

  • An incredible few weeks

    This past month has seen intense activity on our key campaigns - thanks to all our supporters for making this all possible.  Read all about it here

  • Justice Reinvestment - A call for investment into Justice Reinvestment

    The Greens have announced a plan to introduce Justice Reinvestment across Australia.

    The plan includes investing $10 million over 4 years to establish a national centre for justice reinvestment; and $50 million over four years to fund a justice reinvestment grants program.

    ANTaR welcomes this committment and urges the Government and opposition to match it.   

  • Close the Gap Volunteers Needed

    The annual NRL Close the Gap round is fast approaching again and we need some volunteers to come and help get pledge signups at games.  This is your chance to get along to an NRL game and put health inequality in the Sin Bin.
     
    There are plenty of volunteer opportunities available at the games.  Help us to collect pledge signatures from people attending the games and apply temporary tattoos to kids at the game and you’ll receive a ticket to watch the rest of the game! (You’re free to leave after half time if you wish)

  • ANTaR congratulates the co-chairs recently elected to head the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples.

    ANTaR congratulates the co-chairs recently elected to head the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples.

    Both Kirstie Parker and Les Malezer are extremely capable with exceptional leadership qualities and a long history working for the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

    ANTaR looks forward to working with both co-chairs in supporting the rights of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and in continuing the vital role of the National Congress of Australia's First Peoples.

  • Constitutional Recognition Activist Training - Alice Springs

    “Constitutional Recognition is a chance to unite Australians in a profound way after living apart from one another for so many chapters” Michael Long

    Join the movement for Constitutional Recognition be part of our activist team

    ANTaR will be holding activist training 

    July 3 – Alice Springs – 6 - 9pm

    Andy McNeill Room - Alice Springs Town Council

    Register: [email protected] (Please register for catering purposes)

    Activists needed for July 5 and 6 – Alice Springs Show

  • Constitutional Recognition - It's the right thing to do

    ANTaR supporters have been continuing the discussion of Constitutional Recognition in Martin Place alongside a short film running on the Sydney Film Festival TV screen in support of Constitutional change.

    Thanks to Sydney Film Festival and Outdoor Revolution.

  • ANTaR NSW AGM

    ANTaR NSW extends an invitation for you to attend our forum on Aboriginal education with our members, supporters and special guests at our annual general meeting (AGM) on the morning of June 15 2013 at the New South Wales Teachers Federation.

    If you have further questions in relation to the attached invitation, please contact the NSW Administration Officer, Violet Stokoe-Miller on 9280 0060 or email [email protected].