Indigenous Land & Rights

Nifty Neville; Catch Him If You Can

This article was written for Chain Reaction magazine by John Merkyl.
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Indigenous Land & Rights

#Justice4Jari

In compiling this edition, Chain Reaction asked contributors to share their experiences of gender (in)justice and dismantling the patriarchy within the broader environment and social justice movement. Auntie Rissah Vox shares her experiences in this Chain Reaction #140 article. Readers are advised this article contains images of deceased Aboriginal & Torres Strait people. Trigger warnings: Domestic violence, assault.
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Indigenous Land & Rights

Tour De Carmichael 2022 - Cycle For Country

Waddamuli (hello) It’s happening! From Monday 23rd to Friday 27th May we’re hosting the second Tour De Carmichael - a 5 day guided cycle tour on Wangan and Jagalingou Country.Save the date and call up your mates!
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Invasion Day Events 2022

January 26 is a day of mourning for First Nations people, also known as Invasion Day, or Survival Day.  There are many reasons why January 26 is controversial, painful and traumatic for First Nations people. We acknowledge the violent and devastating history of colonisation in Australia since 1788 and the effects of colonisation that are ongoing today. 
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Camp Nunguu and the North-East Coast fight for forests

This article, from Chain Reaction magazine written by Zianna Fuad, is a small story about a motley crew of caring souls that have risen together to reject the destruction of public state forests across Gumbaynggirr homelands.
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Friends of the Earth Australia stands in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land defenders

We stand in solidarity with Wet’suwet’en land defenders who are standing in the way of the largest fracking project in Canadian history being built on their ancestral lands.
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Australian Nuclear Free Alliance says no to nuclear submarines

A statement released by the Australian Nuclear Free Alliance on the 26 October 2021 regarding arrangements for the acquisition of nuclear submarines by Australia under the AUKUS pact.
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Wangan and Jagalingou mark six weeks of cultural ceremony at Adani mine site

Wangan and Jagalingou Cultural Custodians have marked six weeks of continuous cultural ceremony at the edge of Adani’s Carmichael mine in central Queensland. The ceremony is called “Waddananggu”, which translates as “the talking”.  It began on August 26th, with the construction of a traditional Bora Ring.  
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Taungurung Nira-Balluck Elder Stresses Importance of Snobs Creek

At a recent meeting with Friends of the Earth, Taungurung Nira-Balluck Elder, Uncle Larry Walsh highlighted concerns over clearfelling of his traditional country by VicForests.
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Friends of the Earth Australia in solidarity with the Garifuna community in Honduras

Friends of the Earth Australia condemns and voices deep concern and outrage over the kidnapping of four comrades from Triunfo de la Cruz community in Honduras: Alberth Snaider Centeno Tomas (Chair of the Board of Trustees), Milton Joel Martínez Alvarez, Suami Aparicio Mejía and Alber Sentana Thomas.
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