Tony's Been Offered a Job as Special Envoy on Indigenous Affairs
He said he's not sure what that means.
VICE Australia Election Podcast: Episode 1 Highlights
Aamer Rahman, Nayuka Gorrie, Jarni Blakkarly, and Heath Pickering talk feminism, Recognition, and George Christensen's attempted turtle bribery.
Meet the Woman Who Monitors the Safety of Indigenous People Taken into Custody
We go on nightshift with the woman responsible for checking in on every single Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander taken into custody within Victoria and Tasmania.
The Incarceration Issue
Beyond the Bars
This radio show has been giving Indigenous prisoners their only opportunity to participate in NAIDOC Week since 2002.
Jack Callil & Sam West
Did the AHC Walk Away From a Deal to Fund Indigenous Housing on The Block?
This week's Supreme Court case revealed the Aboriginal Housing Company refused to sign a memorandum that would have guaranteed government backing for the construction of affordable Indigenous housing.
Secret History: 'The Secret River' Holds Tough Truths for Australia
A two-part television series that concluded on the ABC last night took some tentative steps towards lifting the lid of Australia's shameful past.
Watch: Melbourne Protests Against Forced Aboriginal Community Closures
VICE Australia took our cameras down to speak to the people involved and hear what they had to say.
Redfern's Tent Embassy Is Ready to Fight for the Block
Indigenous leaders in Sydney have called on all Australians, white and black, to rally around around the tent embassy situated at the iconic Redfern housing project.
A Look Back at the Australian Aboriginal Rights Movements of 2014
This year activists have worked to reclaim the first land handed back to indigenous Australians and form an Aboriginal-controlled body to represent all indigenous nations.
We Asked Four Legendary Australian Activists Why G20 Will Be Riot Free
"It doesn't help that Australians are essentially ignorant fuckwits"
Aboriginal Australians are Still Dying in Police Custody
Last month, a 22-year-old Aboriginal woman was arrested for unpaid fines. After three days in police lockup, she was dead. How far has Australia come in 30 years?
2014 Festival of Dangerous Ideas
John Pilger on ‘Utopia’, Objectivity, and the State of Australian Indigenous Affairs
We spoke with the veteran journalist ahead of his lecture at FODI 2014