Making Decisions

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Anangu have a right to be meaningfully involved in decisions that affect their lives. Key decisions should not be made without genuine input from Anangu.

The Paper Tracker monitors the way governments consult with Anangu and seek their input at critical points in time.

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Report of SA Country Cabinet held on the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Lands

The South Australia Government held a Country Cabinet on the APY Lands from Sunday 30 April to Tuesday 2 May 2017. State Government Response On Thursday 24 August 2017, Premier Jay Weatherill and Cabinet Ministers... read on

Indigenous Advisory Council

In this week’s interview, we talk about the Prime Minister’s new Indigenous Advisory Council. On 8th February this year, Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull and the Minister for Indigenous Affairs Senator Nigel Scullion announced changes to... read on

Program 272: Indigenous Advisory Council

In this week’s program, we talk about the Prime Minister’s new Indigenous Advisory Council. We talk with Andrea Mason about her involvement on the Council and how she understands its role and focus... read on

APY Executive Board Elections 2017

Changes to APY Land Rights Act about elections The Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara Land Rights Act became law in 1981. It has been amended or changed a number of times over the years. On 20th September... read on

Program 265: National Indigenous Youth Parliament

In this week’s program, we find out about the 2017 National Indigenous Youth Parliament. We chat with Arrin Hazelbane, a Taskforce Member for the 2017 Youth Parliament... read on

National Indigenous Youth Parliament

In this week’s interview, we find out about the 2017 National Indigenous Youth Parliament. We invited Arrin Hazelbane to tell us more about the Youth Parliament. Arrin is a Taskforce Member for the National Indigenous... read on

Aboriginal Affairs on Key Legislation

This week’s interview focuses on two key pieces of legislation that have recently been reviewed and amended and that affect Anangu tjuta – the South Australian Aboriginal Heritage Act and the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY)... read on

Program 256: Aboriginal Affairs on key legislation

This week’s radio program focuses on two key pieces of legislation that have recently been reviewed and amended – the South Australian Aboriginal Heritage Act and the Anangu Pitjantjatjara Yankunytjatjara (APY) Land Rights Act... read on

Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee’s Annual Report

On 19th October, the SA Aboriginal Lands Parliamentary Standing Committee tabled its Annual Report for 2015-2016 in Parliament. The Hansard transcript provides details of the discussions that were held when the report was tabled in Parliament.... read on

Program 247: Electoral Commissioner on APY Act

The focus of this week’s Anangu Lands Paper Tracker radio show is on the recent changes to the APY Lands Rights Act and how these will affect elections for the APY Executive Board. We invited the South Australian Acting Electoral Commissioner, David Gully, to explain these changes... read on

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