AUSTRALIAN FIRST NATIONS HISTORICAL SOCIETY

“It is not enough to assume our human rights are protected under law when so much legislation has been introduced to subvert many basic rights and natural justice. Many of our laws would in fact fail to pass the sniff test in light of the UN charter of Human Rights. More often than not, the rights of big corporations to exploit natural resources has been strengthened at the expense of the environment, and the health and welfare of Indigenous and other people who live on this continent. There is a need for human rights to be enshrined in law, for international laws to be accepted into domestic law and for all legislation currently in place to be subject to scrutiny in light of basic human rights. It is not enough to fight a battle to close down the off shore processing of asylum seekers or end mandatory detention or to stop the closure of Aboriginal communities. There is a need to ensure that the human rights abuses of the past and present are unable to be repeated in the future no matter who is in government. This group is to share and lobby for the larger picture and the need for fundamental change.”

Advertisements
mmblue480@outlook.com 365 days a year we are looking for friends
Regie's Blog

The pen is mightier than the sword ...unless someone is trying to stab you with a sword. Then, it's the sword ...definitely the sword.

Special Touch Ministry

worship, ministry, devotions and faith

Woozie Wisdom

by Lynn Hubschman

Throop for Congress

The painter is keen for 2018!

M&T For Life

The insider's guide to the Jerome Fisher Program at the University of Pennsylvania

Generations

genealogy, dna, memories, and thoughts on the Hanks and Warren families

Pathway Journey

Harry Whitt on the Journey with Jesus

Take These Words

Discernment, Faith, Reading, Writing

lifeintoharmony

Thoughts on life, peace and harmony in spirit

Inspiration and ideas on creating your dream life

Personal Development, Beauty, Style and general well-being

Lilbitlifestyle

LOVE YOUR OWN STYLE

biwilderedbutterfly

An Introvert's Journey. . .

Bhutadarma

Nothing is impossible (at least that does not violate the laws of physics). When you can..violate the laws of physics!

word and silence

Poetry, History, Mythology

Mark on WordPress

Thoughts on WordPress

Moderation Queue

The official Akismet blog

Neighbourhood News

Window to your Neighbourhood

Dev3lop

We make complex, simple.

Never Say Never.

Learning to release control and embrace the present moment.

Texas Kitchen and Garden and More

Reviews of Products I love

PA Pundits - International

"the relentless pursuit of common sense" A Variety of Opinions From Various Writers

Katzenworld Shop

Official Shop of www.katzenworld.co.uk

Barnesversation

Pull up a screen and let's talk about writing, reading and living well

Lunar Poetry Podcasts

A series of discussions, interviews and live recordings with poets in the UK and beyond.

Kate's Bookshelf

All information not in hand belongs on a bookshelf

wercats.com

This is the place for everything cats!

Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere

I have no idea why I picked this blog name, but there's no turning back now

RedThunder.Blog

Demystifying cloud technologies...

Shabnam Watson's Blog

Analysis Services, MDX, DAX, BI

Duplicate My Success

How to be successful in internet marketing.

Jackie Loves Reading True Stories

Book Reviews| Authors| WordPress Photo Challenge_2018

The Rulebook

14 ; A writer's blog.

Level Up Stud

Presented By Rich LUS

Hope by Gabi

Family & Relationship Writer- Amateur Photographer

girishvats

Just another WordPress.com site

Tribrach: for those who love (or would like to love) poetry

A daily showcase of poetry & poetry-related news found on the Internet. "No voice once heard is ever lost/ In the snow lightly falling." - from "Solace" - poem and photograph by Dick Allen

Rosemary and Reading Glasses

Reads Worth Remembering

The Desert Path

The Dusty Ramblings of a Desert Pagan

The Sadness and the Softness

By clinging to the safety of the stem even fragile petals can withstand torrential downpours.

%d bloggers like this:
search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close