Bringing them home
Twenty years ago, on 26 May 1997, the former Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission’s National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal Children from their Families Bringing them home report was tabled in National Parliament.
The Referendum Australia Had to Have
What compelled the nation to make constitutional change in 1967?
Encountering truth: the real life stories of objects from empire’s frontier and beyond
June Oscar shares stories from her Bunuba people from when white men came.
Apology to Australia's Indigenous peoples
The National Apology to the Stolen Generations came about as a recommendation from The National Inquiry into the Separation of Aboriginal Children from their Families. It highlighted the suffering of Indigenous families under the Commonwealth, state and territory Aboriginal protection and welfare laws and policies.
Jandamarra - Bunuba warrior
Jandamarra is one of many Aboriginal warriors that defended his country.
Indigenous Australians: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people
Australia’s Indigenous peoples are two distinct cultural groups, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander.
Rare photo of Indigenous involvement in the Boer War
Learn the story behind this photograph and why it’s so significant.