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Indigenous Peoples' Rights

Amnesty International is committed to ensuring the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples’ is implemented locally and nationally through legislation, policies and programs.

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Why are Indigenous legal services so important?

Amnesty’s Indigenous Rights campaigner Julian Cleary sums up the latest on Indigenous legal services funding and what it means for Indigenous Australians.

Julian Cleary, Indigenous Rights Campaigner

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Three strikes and you’re out: mandatory sentencing in WA

Western Australia (WA) locks up Indigenous young people at the highest rate in Australia. Julian Cleary, a Campaigner in our Indigenous Peoples' Rights Team, explains the impact the Bill would have on Indigenous young people in WA and what you can do to help.

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A postcard from WA

Indigenous Peoples Rights Manager Tammy Solonec updates activists on the Indigenous Youth Justice campaign.

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