Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander
Showing 9 of 10 results for Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander
5 Jul 2021
50 years after the Gove land rights judgment
The 2021 Blackburn Lecture, delivered by Graeme Neate AM, President of the ACT Civil and Administrative Tribunal.
1 Jan 2021
Working with indigenous clients
Practical information for solicitors to effectively meet their professional obligations when providing assistance to First Nations clients.
23 Jul 2020
Law Society signs open letter calling on ACT Government to stop imprisoning children
The ACT Law Society has joined with a collective of service delivery, human rights, legal, and representative organisations to call on the ACT Government to raise the age of criminal responsibility in the territory.
8 Dec 2019
Housing is a human right: Aboriginal children and overcrowding
This is the second article in a series on the right to safe, secure housing prepared by Canberra Community Law. It is written from the point of view of the lawyers working for the Dhurrawang Aboriginal Human Rights Program. From the Summer 2019 edition of Ethos.
25 May 2018
ACT Law Society affirms commitment to reconciliation
The President took the opportunity afforded by the upcoming Reconciliation Day public holiday to reaffirm the Society’s commitment to the national reconciliation movement.
17 May 2005
Hicks and the Geneva Convention, Hindmarsh and the Native Title
The 2005 Blackburn Lecture, delivered by Stephen Kenny, lawyer for David Hicks, a Guantanamo Bay detainee.
26 May 1995
The External Affairs Power in relation to United Nations Conventions
The 1995 Blackburn Lecture, delivered by The Hon Dame Roma Mitchell AC DBE CVO QC, Governor of South Australia.
3 May 1993
The State of the Judicature in the ACT
The 1993 Blackburn Lecture, delivered by The Hon Jeffrey Miles AO, Chief Justice of the Australian Capital Territory.