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FAILED INTERVENTION? March 7, 2012

Posted by wmmbb in Human Rights.
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There can be arguments for intervention, but whatever the circumstances it has to be done in an ethical and, for this case, culturally sensitive. The human dignity of the people involved should never be compromised.

Allowing that it was meant well, and not simply another example of scapegoating, the Northern Territory Invention would seem on this testimony to have been a substantive failure. Dhalulu Ganambarr-Stubbs speaks on behalf of her people in Northeast Arnhem Land:

Stand for Freedom’s campaign video.

Stand for Freedom website has further information, including describing the effects of the current legislation and the opportunity to sign the petition.

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