WGAR Background: Justice Reinvestment, Aboriginal imprisonment and Aboriginal deaths in custody

Last updated: 5 October 2015

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WGAR Background to the Aboriginal Sovereignty Movement

Last updated: 4 October 2015

Archive - Prior to 29 May 2014: Background to the Aboriginal sovereignty movement and the Aboriginal tent embassies: https://indymedia.org.au/2012/04/22/background-to-the-aboriginal-soverei...

WGAR Background: Aboriginal Peoples and the impact of the Federal Budget

Last updated: 5 October 2015

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Current: WGAR Background Info Web-Pages: https://indymedia.org.au/2014/12/24/wgar-background-info-web-pages


Background: Plans to close Aboriginal homelands / remote communities in WA and SA

Last updated: 5 October 2015

Plans to close Aboriginal homelands / remote communities in WA and SA (and NT?)

Current: WGAR Background: Intervention into Northern Territory (NT) Aboriginal communities by the Federal government: https://indymedia.org.au/2015/06/08/wgar-background-intervention-into-no...

Community groups set to take the gloss off the G20 in Brisbane

From November 8 community groups will launch a range of actions and events against the economic rationalism, state repression and sheer ridiculous spending of the G20 event in Brisbane. While the police report over 20 groups they know of, the Brisbane Sovereign Embassy - BASE  and BrisCan-G20 are organising a People's Convergence. There will be street marches through the week and a People's March on November 15.


Some reasons why we need to protest at the G20 this week

While the media has been in a feeding frenzy over anarchist plots and police powers, the real issues that the G20 will be discussing and the inequality it perpetuates has largely been ignored.

Social justice and environmental groups will be amongst many of the organisations protesting the policies of the G20 in Brisbane this week.  This is what a few of them have to say:

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