Clients very satisfied with the service defunded by Attorney General Brandis

Tasmanian Aboriginal Legal Service Client Satisfaction Survey to end June 2015 One hundred client satisfaction survey forms were obtained from clients of the Tasmanian Aboriginal Legal Aid Scheme. These surveys were designed to capture a snapshot of our performance for the year from all parts of the State and including both genders. Prisoners were included in the survey. The demographic characteristics of the clients surveyed and the nature of the matters for which they obtained legal representation are shown in the following table: Table 1: ... Read more


182 Charles Street, Launceston, Tasmania 7250 PRESS STATEMENT BROAD ABORIGINAL SUPPORT FOR PAT DODSON AND NOEL PEARSON STANCE ON CONSTITUTIONAL RECOGNITION Michael Mansell has welcomed the position taken by Aboriginal leaders Pat Dodson and Noel Pearson on constitutional recognition. Speaking from the Garma festival in Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, Pat Dodson and Noel Pearson said they would inform the Prime Minister, Tony Abbott, that summits to enable Aboriginal people a say on recognition are vital steps in the process. Mr Mansell said, “Aboriginal ... Read more

Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Think Tanks this Friday 17th July 12.00 -2.30 pm

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To view videos relating to the Aboriginal Legal Service being defunded, please click here Recent Media:   Tasmanian Times 16 June 2015: NITV News 26 June 2015:           Read more

Aboriginal Community Welcomes Matthew Groom’s Announcement

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Rally on Friday 1st May, 2015 to Stop the Forced Closure of Aboriginal Communities

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Aboriginal Land less than 1% of lutruwita

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Community Meeting with the Premier – And Discussion on Aboriginal Tourism – Thursday 12th March – TAC LAUNCESTON AT 10.30 am

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Interview with Ashlee Murray and Ryk Goddard

Click on the link below to listen to the discussion between Ryk Goddard and Ahslee Murray, Cultural Promotions Officer at Burnie TAC. The discussion is in relation to 10 February 1828 anniversary of the massacre reported by George Augustus Robinson of 30 Aboriginal people at Cape Grim. The Aboriginal community have regained access to the site which has been held privately since 1840.  Ashlee Murray regularly takes people to the site. Can it ever be healed?   Read more

Four Reasons To Change The Date Of Australia Day

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