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  • Election Scorecard Response from NSW Government

    Last published: 22 March 2019
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  • Election Scorecard response from The Greens

    Last published: 18 March 2019Author: David Shoebridge
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  • Election Scorecard response from Labor

    Last published: 18 March 2019Author: David Harris MP
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  • A4 POSTER - NATIONAL CLOSE THE GAP DAY 2019

    Last published: 15 February 2019Author: Close the Gap

    A4 Poster artwork available to generally promote National Close the Gap Day 2019.

    Handout information on the Close the Gap campaign to help build awareness.

    Print the copies you need to - or think green and send or share electronically.

    File Size: Less than 2MB

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  • PM's Report 2019

    Last published: 14 February 2019Author: Department of Premier and Cabinet

    Annual report from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet regarding progress made towards the targets from the national Closing the Gap strategy. 

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  • Banner 1 - National Glose the Gap Day 2019

    Last published: 22 January 2019Author: Close the Gap Campaign

    Banner available to use for National Close the Gap Day 2019 activities 

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  • Banner 2 - National Close the Gap Day 2019

    Last published: 22 January 2019Author: Close the Gap Campaign

    Banner available to use for National Close the Gap Day 2019 activities 

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  • Sign - National Close the Gap Day 2019

    Last published: 22 January 2019Author: Close the Gap Campaign

    National Close the Gap Day 2019 sign, ideal for larger corflute poster printing.

    This is high spec image file you can use to send to your local printing company. File size: ~8.5 MB

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  • Petition - National Close the Gap Day 2019

    Last published: 22 January 2019Author: Close the Gap Campaign

    Petition available to use for National Close the Gap Day 2019.

    Help gather supporter for this year's call to action. Send us back as many of these filled sheets as possible to Close the Gap Campaign, PO Box 77 Strawberry Hills NSW 2012

    File size: Less than 1MB

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  • Closing the Gap Statement of Intent 2008

    Last published: 18 December 2018

    The initial Close the Gap Indigenous Health Equality Summit Statement of Intent 2008. 

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  • KPMG Maranguka Justice Reinvestment Project Impact Assessment

    Last published: 27 November 2018Author: KPMG

    KPMG Maranguka Justice Reinvestment Project Impact Assessment. This report outlines the findings into the changes in Bourke during 2017. 

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  • PM's Report 2018

    Last published: 22 February 2018Author: Department of Prime Minster and Cabinet

    Annual report from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet regarding progress made towards the targets from the national Closing the Gap strategy.

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  • Close the Gap: A Ten-Year Review

    Last published: 8 February 2018Author: Close the Gap Campaign

    This review assesses the most significant national effort to date to improve Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health: the 2008 Council of Australian Governments Closing the Gap Strategy with its target to achieve life expectancy equality by 2030.  Ten-years after its commencement it is time to critically analyse why Australian governments have not yet succeeded in closing the health gap.  

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  • Pathways to Justice-An Inquiry into the Incarceration Rate of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Summary Report

    Last published: 22 December 2017Author: Australian Law Reform Commission

    Australian Law Reform Commission, Inquiry into the Incarceration Rate of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Summary Report, December 2017

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  • Free to be Kids National Plan of Action

    Last published: 27 November 2017

    On Monday 27 November outside Parliament House in Canberra, ANTaR and the Change the Record Campaign launched the Free to be Kids Plan of Action to tackle the over-imprisonment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Youth.

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  • Royal Commission into the Detention and Protection of Children in the Northern Territory Report Overview

    Last published: 17 November 2017

    Royal Commission into the Detention and Protection of Children in the Northern Territory Report Overview

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  • Royal Commission and Board of Inquiry into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory Findings and Recommendations

    Last published: 1 November 2017

    Royal Commission and Board of Inquiry into the Protection and Detention of Children in the Northern Territory Findings and Recommendations

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  • Uluru Statement from the Heart

    Last published: 26 May 2017

    The Statement From the Heart was made on the 26 May 2017 by delegates at the Referendum Convention at Uluru.

     

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  • Rod Little Speech to the Redfern Statement Breakfast 14 February 2017

    Last published: 16 February 2017

    Read Rod Little, Co-Chair of National Congress of Australia's First Peoples, speech at the Redfern Statement Breakfast at Parliament House Canberra on 14 February 2017.

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  • Dr Jackie Huggins Speech at the Redfern Statement Breakfast 14 February 2017

    Last published: 14 February 2017

    Read Dr Jackie Huggins, Co-Chair of National Congress of Australia's First Peoples, speech at the Redfern Statement Breakfast at Parliament House Canberra on 14 February 2017.

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  • PM's Report to Parliament 2017

    Last published: 14 February 2017Author: Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet

    Annual report from the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet detailing progress towards the National Closing the Gap Strategy. 

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  • Summary of Election 2016 Political Party Positions on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Issues

    Last published: 24 June 2016

    National Congress of Australia's First Peoples have released this Summary of Election 2016 Political Party Positions on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Issues

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  • Meeting with your local candidate

    Last published: 10 June 2016Author: ANTaR

    A guide to meeting with your local candidate.

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  • Meeting Report Form

    Last published: 9 June 2016Author: ANTaR

    Report back to ANTaR

    Complete the Candidate Meeting form and send it back to [email protected]  

     
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  • ANTaR Inc Constitution

    Last published: 29 November 2015

    A copy of the ANTaR Inc Constitution. Approved by members at AGM 29 November 2015.

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  • “Australia must and can be better than this”

    Last published: 31 July 2015Author: Joint

    Joint Statement on racism directed at Adam Goodes

    “Australia must and can be better than this”

     

    Following the weekend’s events when prominent Aboriginal AFL player and former Australian of the Year, Adam Goodes was booed at every turn during the Swans v West Coast Eagles AFL match.

     

    Today in advance of the weekend round of AFL, 150 organisations (listed overleaf) join together to call for renewed efforts to stamp out racism in sport and everyday life.

     

    For too long, we have witnessed the poor treatment of Sydney Swans star and dual Brownlow medallist Adam Goodes at the hands of fans during AFL matches. A proud Ambassador of the “Racism. It Stops with Me” Campaign, Goodes is a strong advocate for standing up against racism and for issues affecting Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

    Learn more in ANTaR's media release.

     

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  • Statement presented by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander attendees following meeting held with the Prime Minister and Opposition Leader on Constitutional Recognition

    Last published: 7 July 2015Author: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Attendees

    Joint Statement following historic discussion between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representatives, the Prime Minister, and the Opposition Leader on recognising the First Australians in the Constitution. 

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  • Close the Gap - Media Release

    Last published: 13 May 2015Author: Close the Gap

    The Close the Gap Campaign has welcomed the quarantining of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander programmes from further cuts in the 2015–16 Budget but says the pain and uncertainty around last year’s Budget cuts still linger.

     

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  • Change the Record Media Release

    Last published: 13 May 2015Author: Change the Record

    The National Justice Coalition today expressed concern that the Budget failed to include the targeted investment needed to change the record on the crisis levels of imprisonment and violence currently being experienced by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 

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  • Opening Statement to the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People

    Last published: 20 February 2015Author: ANTaR

    Opening statement delivered by Andrew Meehan appearing before the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples at their Sydney hearing February 20, 2015.

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  • Joint Select Committee on the Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples Progress Report

    Last published: 1 August 2013Author: Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

    This progress report by the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples provides an overview of recent developments, reflects on the roundtable discussion that took place on the 30th April 2013  with key stakeholders including ANTaR's National Director Gary Highland and discusses the committees role in the next steps towards Constitutional Recognition.

     

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  • Ian Thorpe Open Letter

    Last published: 14 May 2013Author: Close The Gap

    In an open letter Close the Gap patron Ian Thorpe called for all state and territory governments to contribute their fair share and commit to renewing the ‘National Partnership Agreement on Closing the Gap in Indigenous Health Outcomes’.

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  • ANTaR Rights Stuff 2012/13 Product Catalogue

    Last published: 18 October 2012

    ANTaR's Rights Stuff Program works to generate economic, cultural and social benefits for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples by offering a range of vibrant and thoughtful products.

    In doing so, ANTaR actively promotes a more just and equitable Australia.

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  • Paul Keating's Redfern speech

    Last published: 6 September 2012

    Redfern Speech (Year for the World's Indigenous People) – Delivered in Redfern Park by Prime Minister Paul Keating, 10 December 1992.

     

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  • 8 ways to take action for Constitutional change

    Last published: 12 May 2012

    8 ways to get more involved and take action to support Constitutional change.

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  • Event hints and tips

    Last published: 12 May 2012

    Passionate about enshrining recognition and equality in our Constitution but don’t know where to start? Download these great ideas and helpful hints for organising your own events and activities.

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  • Report of the Expert Panel on recognising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in the Constitution

    Last published: 19 January 2012Author: Expert Panel on Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Australians

    In 2011 the Expert Panel was tasked with reporting to Government on the options for constitutional change and approaches to a referendum that would be most likely to obtain widespread support across the Australian community. They engaged with fellow Australians in conversations that took place in communities, towns and cities across the country and which, gave the Panel invaluable insights into how people from many backgrounds and walks of life want to see their sense of nationhood and citizenship reflected in the Constitution.  This report outlines recommendations that includes substantive change to the Constitution, that recognises the true status of First Australians and that removes racial discrimination from the document.    

     

     

     

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  • Over 100 organisations release statement calling for Royal Commission to be independent, and broader in scope.

    Last published: 28 July 2016Author: Change the Record
    Archive

    Call for the Royal Commission to be conducted completely independently from the Northern Territory Government and for a broader inquiry into the youth justice system.

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  • “The Things That Must Be Done…” **

    Last published: 24 February 2016Author: Bob Debus
    Archive

    Bob Debus highlights the incarceration crisis in the Second Frank Walker Memorial Lecture - “The Things That Must Be Done…” ** Some Genuine Decision-Making Power: Dealing with the over-representation of Aboriginal people in the prison system

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  • Government must act now to meet its commitment on justice targets

    Last published: 10 September 2014
    Archive

    It’s now time government acted on its commitment to set a destination and chart the course to get us there in relation to incarceration and to do so with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. 

     

    Government should put this issue on the COAG agenda as a matter of urgency and work towards the development of justice targets. It must meet its commitment on setting targets to reduce incarceration. 

    By Andrew Meehan, ANTaR National Director

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  • Opening Statement to the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples

    Last published: 22 January 2013Author: ANTaR
    Archive

    Jacqui Phillips appeared before the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples at their Sydney hearing today.

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