1. Stronger Futures in the Northern Territory Bill 2011 and two related Bills

    Joint Submission to the Senate Committee from:

    Rev. Dr. Djiniyini Gondarra OAM from Galiwin’ku
    Rosalie Kunoth-Monks OAM from Utopia
    Djapirri Mununggirrtj from Yirrkala
    Japata (Maurie) Ryan from Kalkarindji
    Harry Jakamarra Nelson from Yuendumu
    Barbara Shaw from Mount Nancy Town Camp, Alice Springs
    Yananymul Mununggurr from Yirrkala

    The statement was prepared by all seven leaders and read by Rev Dr Djiniyini Gondarra OAM and Rosalie Kunoth-Monks OAM.

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  2. Launch of the book

    “Walk With Us”
    Aboriginal Elders Call Out to Australian People to Walk with them in their Quest for Justice

    Videos from the booklauch in Sydney with Aunty Millie Ingram, Nicole Watson and Jeff McMullen at gleebooks on Thursday, 01.09.2011

    "Walk With Us" a sequel to the highly regarded and recommended “This Is What We Said” (February 2010).

    Beautifully illustrated, this hard-covered book provides a very important update of recent happenings in the Northern Territory including unsatisfactory changes to the legislation, Elders visit to the United Nations, the recent Australians visit of Navi Pillay, the UN Human Rights High Commissioner, who flew into Darwin to especially to meet with Aboriginal Elders and leaders from across the Territory. The Commissioner sensed the very, “... deep hurt and pain that they have suffered.” (Darwin May 2011). The High Commissioner has joined other world and Australians leaders in their calling for immediate changes. This is a complex subject and both books provide an easy way of keeping up to date with what has been happening in the Northern Territory.In “Walk With Us” you will learn further what N.T. Aboriginal people are saying and you will hear their heartfelt plea to the ‘People of Australia’

    For more information about the book please visit concernedaustralians.com.au

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  3. Launch of the book

    “Walk With Us”
    Aboriginal Elders Call Out to Australian People to Walk with them in their Quest for Justice

    Videos from the booklauch in Sydney with Aunty Millie Ingram, Nicole Watson and Jeff McMullen at gleebooks on Thursday, 01.09.2011

    "Walk With Us" a sequel to the highly regarded and recommended “This Is What We Said” (February 2010).

    Beautifully illustrated, this hard-covered book provides a very important update of recent happenings in the Northern Territory including unsatisfactory changes to the legislation, Elders visit to the United Nations, the recent Australians visit of Navi Pillay, the UN Human Rights High Commissioner, who flew into Darwin to especially to meet with Aboriginal Elders and leaders from across the Territory. The Commissioner sensed the very, “... deep hurt and pain that they have suffered.” (Darwin May 2011). The High Commissioner has joined other world and Australians leaders in their calling for immediate changes. This is a complex subject and both books provide an easy way of keeping up to date with what has been happening in the Northern Territory.In “Walk With Us” you will learn further what N.T. Aboriginal people are saying and you will hear their heartfelt plea to the ‘People of Australia’

    For more information about the book please visit concernedaustralians.com.au

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  4. Launch of the book

    “Walk With Us”
    Aboriginal Elders Call Out to Australian People to Walk with them in their Quest for Justice

    Videos from the booklauch in Sydney with Aunty Millie Ingram, Nicole Watson and Jeff McMullen at gleebooks on Thursday, 01.09.2011

    "Walk With Us" a sequel to the highly regarded and recommended “This Is What We Said” (February 2010).

    Beautifully illustrated, this hard-covered book provides a very important update of recent happenings in the Northern Territory including unsatisfactory changes to the legislation, Elders visit to the United Nations, the recent Australians visit of Navi Pillay, the UN Human Rights High Commissioner, who flew into Darwin to especially to meet with Aboriginal Elders and leaders from across the Territory. The Commissioner sensed the very, “... deep hurt and pain that they have suffered.” (Darwin May 2011). The High Commissioner has joined other world and Australians leaders in their calling for immediate changes. This is a complex subject and both books provide an easy way of keeping up to date with what has been happening in the Northern Territory. In “Walk With Us” you will learn further what N.T. Aboriginal people are saying and you will hear their heartfelt plea to the ‘People of Australia’

    For more information about the book please visit concernedaustralians.com.au

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  5. Launch of the book

    “Walk With Us”
    Aboriginal Elders Call Out to Australian People to Walk with them in their Quest for Justice

    Videos from the booklauch in Sydney with Aunty Millie Ingram, Nicole Watson and Jeff McMullen at gleebooks on Thursday, 01.09.2011

    "Walk With Us" a sequel to the highly regarded and recommended “This Is What We Said” (February 2010).

    Beautifully illustrated, this hard-covered book provides a very important update of recent happenings in the Northern Territory including unsatisfactory changes to the legislation, Elders visit to the United Nations, the recent Australians visit of Navi Pillay, the UN Human Rights High Commissioner, who flew into Darwin to especially to meet with Aboriginal Elders and leaders from across the Territory. The Commissioner sensed the very, “... deep hurt and pain that they have suffered.” (Darwin May 2011). The High Commissioner has joined other world and Australians leaders in their calling for immediate changes. This is a complex subject and both books provide an easy way of keeping up to date with what has been happening in the Northern Territory. In “Walk With Us” you will learn further what N.T. Aboriginal people are saying and you will hear their heartfelt plea to the ‘People of Australia’

    For more information about the book please visit concernedaustralians.com.au

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