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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice / Indigenous Social Justice

First Nations women to take leading role in addressing family and community violence

An important gathering of First Nations women – including specialist experts, researchers, frontline workers and women with lived experience of violence – has called on governments across Australia to ensure First Nations women lead all future efforts to prevent violence against First Nations women and children.

Sir Wallace Kyle Oration

Jalangurru lanygu balangarri. Yaningi Yatharra ngindaji muwayi indirranggu, Kaurna yani U.

It is wonderful to be here with you today on Noongar Boodja country. I would also like to acknowledge all the country from around this state and beyond that people may joining in from online.

My deepest respects to all our elders past, present and emerging.

Mabo at 30 – Boodjar: Boorda The Piddington Society

Jalangurru lanygu balangarri. Yaningi Yatharra ngindaji muwayi indirranggu, Noongar yani U.

I acknowledge all the countries we gather on today. My deepest respects to all our elder’s past, present and emerging.

I would also like to take the opportunity to pay tribute to the memory of Mr Eddie Koiki Mabo and his co-claimants Reverend David Passi, Sam Passi, James Rice and Celuia Mapo Salee.

National day spotlights culture and rights of First Nations children

Celebrating and showcasing the lives of First Nations children is the focus of today’s National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day. 

Garma Festival

Jalangurru lanygu balangarri. Yaningi Yatharra ngindaji muwayi indirranggu, Gumatj, Yolngu yani U.

Galwurruy and your family thank you for hosting us.

Government action needed to protect children in detention

Joint statement from:

Reappointment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner

The Australian Human Rights Commission welcomes the reappointment of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner June Oscar AO. 

Australian Human Rights Commission President Emeritus Professor Rosalind Croucher AM said Commissioner Oscar would continue to be a strong advocate for Indigenous Aboriginal languages, social justice and women’s issues.   

Commissioner backs calls for no more guns in communities

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, June Oscar AO has joined calls for no more guns to be carried by police officers in communities, and has extended her heart and thoughts to the family of Kumanjayi Walker, the Yuendumu community and Warlpiri people at this very difficult time.   

Close the Gap Campaign Report 2022

Reconciliation Australia are delighted to invite you to the launch of the 2022 Report "Transforming Power; Voices for Generational Change", produced by the Lowitja Institute.
The report will be launched via webinar, on National Close the Gap Day - Thursday 17 March.
The webinar is free, but registration is essential.

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ANU College of Law Conference: Parenthood and Work in a Post-COVID Context

[Introduction in Bunuba]

It is a pleasure be speaking to you all today. My name is June Oscar, and I am Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner.