The Resource Abuse in Indigenous communities points to deeper problems, Melissa Hughes and Pip Hinman

Abuse in Indigenous communities points to deeper problems, Melissa Hughes and Pip Hinman

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Abuse in Indigenous communities points to deeper problems
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Abuse in Indigenous communities points to deeper problems
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Melissa Hughes and Pip Hinman
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eng
Summary
Mentions the Lateline program in which Nanette Rogers, the Crown Prosecutor for Alice Springs, described abuse and violence towards children in communities; Indigenous women have been speaking out for many years, yet governments and others have not taken effective actions to improve conditions; Indigenous input and actions towards solutions is needed; governments tend to impose solutions; customary law should be part of the solution
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Hughes, Melissa
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Hinman, Pip
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Abuse in Indigenous communities points to deeper problems, Melissa Hughes and Pip Hinman
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http://www.greenleft.org.au/back/2006/670/670p7.htm
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Abuse in Indigenous communities points to deeper problems, Melissa Hughes and Pip Hinman
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http://www.greenleft.org.au/back/2006/670/670p7.htm
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