Coercive Reconciliation: Stabilise, Normalise, Exit Aboriginal Australia
Jon C. Altman, Melinda Hinkson
Arena Publications Association, Jan 1, 2007 - Aboriginal Australians - 342 pages
In the wake of the release of the 'Little Children are Sacred' report, the Howard government has declared a national emergency and mobilised a coalition of police, army and others to tackle child sexual abuse in remote Aboriginal Australia. This book is an urgent critical response to the government's actions.
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A NATlONAL EMERGENCY?
Whatever Happened to Reconciliation? Patrick Dodson
Reconciliation and the Failure
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