The treaty process continues to unfold between colonial powers and Indigenous peoples. The latest is…
ICT editorial team
The treaty process continues to unfold between colonial powers and Indigenous peoples. The latest is a negotiation in Australia.
Australia’s states offer to make treaties with aboriginals
PATRICK DODSON was there on the day, 30 years ago, that prime minister Bob Hawke promised aboriginals a treaty that would at last acknowledge their rights. At the time Mr Dodson was the manager of one of the many “land councils” that aboriginals had formed in an effort to reclaim their traditional lands.