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Aboriginal Housing Northern Territory newsletter

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Title

Aboriginal Housing Northern Territory newsletter

Creator

Aboriginal Peak Organisations Northern Territory

Collection

Aboriginal Peak Organisations Northern Territory; E-Journals; PublicationNT; Aboriginal Housing Northern Territory newsletter

Date

2017-04-01

Notes

Made available via the Publications (Legal Deposit) Act 2004 (NT).; This publication contains may contain links to external sites. These external sites may no longer be active.

Language

English

Subject

Aboriginal Australians; Housing

Publisher name

Aboriginal Peak Organisations Northern Territory

Place of publication

Darwin

Series

Aboriginal Housing Northern Territory newsletter

Volume

Edition 1

File type

application/pdf

Use

Copyright

Copyright owner

Aboriginal Peak Organisations Northern Territory

License

https://www.legislation.gov.au/Details/C2019C00042

Parent handle

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/281769

Citation address

https://hdl.handle.net/10070/413798

Page content

UNITED NATIONS SPECIAL RAPPORTEUR OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES COMES TO DARWIN The United Nations Special Rapporteur, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz visited Darwin on 23rd March. During her visit, Ms. Tauli-Corpuz addressed a number of diverse issues including Northern Territory Emergency Response (NTER) and its successor Stronger Futures & legislation measures and policies adopted to reduce indigenous disadvantage, the administration of justice and detention conditions, land rights and native title, prevention of violence against women and the rate of children removed from their homes by officials. Ms Tauli-Corpuz met with APO NT and other Aboriginal organisations, including Larrakia Nation and met with leaders at the Palmerston Indigenous Village (PIV) and went on a short drive through One Mile Dam. APO NT and some other organisations have provided briefing papers to further highlight the issues we face in the Northern Territory. A comment she did say was that she was surprised by the living conditions of our people, she could understand if she was in the Philippines (where Victoria is from) but this was AUSTRALIA! Helen Fejo-Frith (Bagot), Bernie Valadian (ADF), Darryl Tambling (PIV) and Victoria Tauli-Corpuz (UN) If you have an emergency contact your local contractor immediately. For tenancy issues or repairs and maintenance, you need to contact your local housing contractor. If you cannot get through to them, contact the Department of Housing Arnhem Region 08 89870479 Barkly Region 08 8962 4537 Big Rivers Region 08 8973 8519 AHNT Meeting March 2017 - David Cooper, Yananymul Mununggurr, Danielle Cooper, Louise Weber, Matthew Ryan, Senator Malarnderri McCarthy, Barb Shaw, Wes Miller, Barayuwa Mununggurr, Theresa Roe, Ross Williams, Aimon Riyana and Brionee Noonan APO NT Housing Secretariat Team: Theresa Roe Network Coordinator Phone: (08) 8944 6624 Email: projectofficer.apont@amsant.org.au Louise Weber Housing Policy Officer Phone: (08) 8944 6676 Email: Louise.weber@amsant.org.au Aimon Riyana Administration Officer Phone (08) 89446628 Email: Adminofficer.apont@amsant.org.au The AHNT Committee would like to hear from you if you have any housing stories. Drop us a line. APRIL- 2017 Central Australia 08 8951 5674 Darwin & Batchelor 1800 104 076 Ms Victoria Tauli-Corpuz meeting with APO NT and other Aboriginal organisations mailto:projectofficer.apont@amsant.org.au mailto:Louise.weber@amsant.org.au mailto:Adminofficer.apont@amsant.org.au


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