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Tasmanian World Wilderness Heritage Area

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Tasmanian World Heritage Areas soon to be back under Aboriginal Community Control

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PRESS RELEASE: Tasmanian Aborigines bring back ancestral remains

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Michael Mansell explains his ideas about an Aboriginal 7th State

Click on the links below to listen to Michael Mansell explain his ideas about an Aboriginal 7th State: How: http://is.gd/K3mlWp Why: http://is.gd/c2n2Vs Where: http://is.gd/MbngJ1 Treaty & Sovereignty: http://is.gd/2BOWcD Social Services: http://is.gd/wsErB5   Read more

Tunnerminnerwait & Maulboyheener video

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EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST SOUGHT FOR REPATRIATIONS FROM EUROPE and USA

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Aborigines want ownership of world heritage extension area

The proposed extension of the world heritage area without any Aboriginal input is a disgrace, Legal Director Michael Mansell said today. “The extension area must be returned to Aboriginal people in outright ownership. More than a year ago we proposed Aboriginal ownership and management of reserved areas under the forestry agreement. Now is the time for Canberra to show its hand on historic justice. Canberra should insist that Aborigines gain our lands back. The $7m that the Commonwealth promised for management costs should be directed to employ ... Read more

Aboriginal Heritage Protection Act 2012: an assessment

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Change the Date

Australian hypocrisy shown on Jewish holy day and invasion day Michael Mansell says the way that Australia’s politicians and media responded differently to Jewish and Aboriginal sensitivities was hypocritical. Mr Mansell said, "Just a few days after Australia celebrated the white invasion of Aboriginal lands, an event seen as rubbing salt into raw wounds, both media and politicians were clambering to hose down any offence to Jews for the federal election being called on the holy Jewish Day. This shows a double standard. The coverage given to the ... Read more

Statement by State Secretary of Tasmanian Aboriginal Centre, Ms Ruth Langford.

Our past, our culture and our heritage form part of our present life as Aboriginal people. The care and protection of Tasmanian Aboriginal Heritage and Culture is Important to all Tasmanians as well. Parents, grandparents and so many more in an ancient line of ancestors, have taught us how our heritage informs and forms who we are as Aboriginal people today. It is not only our birthright but also our birth responsibility to care for and protect our Aboriginal cultural knowledge and ... Read more
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