Social Justice Report 2009, Australian Human Rights Commission. This report has three main focuses:
justice reinvestment; protection of Indigenous languages; and sustaining Aboriginal homeland communities.
Reconciling Indigenous peoples' sovereignty and state sovereignty (In Australia and Canada), paper by Paul Chartrand, Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, 2009.
Social inclusion and social citizenship: towards a truly inclusive society, Matthew Thomas & Luke Buckmaster, Parliamentary Library November 2009. A discussion of the Rudd Government policy of social inclusion.
Achieving an inclusive society through human rights and social justice, Public Interest Advocacy Centre, 2009. Comments to the Australian Labor Party consultation.
Video: Get Up, Stand Up: Black Protest In Australia
(30 October, 2009)
Developing an Indigenous Policy Framework, Jon Altman, CAEPR, 2009. This paper argues for a policy framework that combines needs-based citizenship rights, Indigenous rights, and ‘social justice’ rights.
Collaborating for Indigenous Rights. This website tells the stories of alliances between Aboriginal and non-indigenous Australians who fought together between the 50s and 70s to redress injustices suffered by dispossessed peoples in the building of Australia.
Rights, Respect, Reconciliation: A Community Education Resource, by NSWRC.
Social Justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, an info Sheet from the Australian Human Rights Commission.
Statement on ATSIC, Dr William Jonas AM, former Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner, 2004.
ATSIC’s Achievements and Strengths: Implications for Institutional Reform, Dr Will Sanders, CAEPR. 'We also need to understand what did and did not work in ATSIC and how that can be built on.'
Governance for sustainable development: Strategic issues and principles for Indigenous Australian communities, M. Dodson and D.E. Smith, CAEPR. This paper explores the vital link between governance and sustainable development.
Key Issues Papers - Controlling Destinies, Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation. This document contains chapters from a variety of authors on a range of matters concerning self-determination.
Take a look at the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner's Social Justice Reports.