Barred Calls: On the Line with the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service
We spend a night shift with the woman responsible for checking in on every single Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander taken into custody within Victoria and Tasmania.
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.
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.
Aboriginal Australians Are Still Dying in Police Custody
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?