Ten-years after its commencement, it is time to critically reflect on why Australian governments have not yet succeeded in closing the health gap to date, and why they will not succeed by 2030 if the...
The following materials were developed developed from a forum entitled 'Resource Development on Aboriginal Land; a Human Rights Approach', which took place in Alice Springs in May 2002. The forum was co-hosted HREOC and Griffith University, with...
Report of the seminar on the draft principles and guidelines for the protection of the heritage of indigenous people by Chairperson -Rapporteur Erica-Irene Daes
Social Justice Report 1998DownloadSocial Justice Report 1998 in PDF (420K), Word (475K)
Report, video and resources for Bringing Them Home: The 'Stolen Children' report (1997)
A Report prepared by the Office of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission
This review is a follow-up to Mornington: A Report by the Federal Race Discrimination Commissioner, released in April 1993. That Report was the result of a two-and-a-half year investigation into a range of issues affecting Aboriginal people living...
On 15 June 1988 the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission released the Toomelah Report, containing the results of its inquiry into the social and material needs of Aborigines in the New South Wales/Queensland border towns of Toomelah and...
To the Aboriginal people of Toomelah and Boggabilla: We have written this booklet for the Aboriginal people at Toomelah and Boggabilla. The booklet helps explain what the Toomelah Inquiry set up by the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission...
The Toomelah community of five hundred Aboriginal people endures appalling living conditions which amount to a denial to them of the most basic rights taken for granted by most other groups in society, and by other Australian communities of similar...