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Norton Rose Fulbright Australia
The management of renewable projects' social impact, especially on indigenous people, is critical to the overall success.
Marque Lawyers
The High Court split 4:3 and the majority of judges ruled that an Aboriginal Australian cannot be an alien to Australia.
Marque Lawyers
Ricky Gervais agreed to compensate Aboriginal artist, Warlimpirrnga Tjapaltjarri, for using a reproduction of his work.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The Waanyi Governing Tribal Council – a legally registered entity – declared that they would administer their nation.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
If their indigeneity can be proven, First Nations people cannot be deported as aliens, even when they are noncitizens.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
It is sixteen years since Thomas (TJ) Hickey was thrown from his push bike and impaled on a fence in inner city Sydney.
Corrs Chambers Westgarth
The case shows difficulties when parties wish to enforce agreements about protection and management of cultural heritage.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Incarceration of indigenous people must end, "because if they're not in gaol, they have a better chance of surviving.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
This government report card for the year 2019 estimates a below average score on a number of pressing social issues.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The ALS campaign is to educate Aboriginal people about their rights and to push for change and improvements in the law.
McCullough Robertson
This Bill largely reflects a previous Bill, introduced in February 2019 and lapsed because of the 2019 Federal election.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The shooting of a Warlpiri man in 2019 is classed as one of the over 420 Aboriginal deaths in custody since 1991.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Later campaigns calling for an end to these BDIC tragedies have looked back to this 1981 case as a catalyst for change.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Mike Pompeo announced that the US no longer recognises Israeli West Bank settlements as a breach of international law.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The Blak Deaths in Custody (BDIC) campaign is drawing attention to deaths inside occurring in NSW over the last decade.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The Anticolonial Asian Alliance is an organisation committed to supporting the struggle of the First Nations peoples.
Herbert Smith Freehills
On 18 November 2019, the updated version of the Equator Principles (EP), EP4, was adopted by the Equator Principles Association. EP4 will apply to mandated transactions from 1 July 2020.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Gomeroi man Mark Mason was shot twice by a police officer, who was one of five surrounding and attempting to arrest him.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
The killing of Kumanjayi Walker happened in the town of Yuendumu, a remote community on the edge of the Tanami desert.
Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Tane Chatfield's passing was the sixteenth Aboriginal death in police or corrective services custody in NSW since 2008.
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