Tasmanian Government is proposing changes to the Aboriginal Lands Act 1995.
Some of the proposals will drastically change the way land is managed, who and how we elect the council members for the Aboriginal Lands Council Tasmania, and how land is returned.
Government wants any lands handed back to us to go to organisations away from
managers are experienced and have the deep knowledge and expertise to care for
our country and its resources.
Aboriginal people can access Aboriginal land. This will ...
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Examiner newspaper, 21 January 2022
October 12th 2016
Constitutional Recognition of Tasmanian Aboriginal people
Letter to the Editor Re: States first people to be properly recognised:
The state government Liberals and Labour parties are all about making themselves feel and
look good, by tabling a bill that is meant to benefit Aboriginal people.
This Bill only makes white people feel that they are doing something for us.
In reality adding Aboriginal people to the State constitution is a way of avoiding the real
issues rather than what can be done for the Aboriginal ...
Universities warned on ‘flimsy evidence’ of Aboriginality