Hold a referendum in 2015

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Corey Hando
7 years ago
Because everyone deserves to be equal.

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Matthew Prior
7 years ago
Brother's, Sisters, our Youth, The Elders and all Aboriginal People Australia wide, we need to conform and start working together in relation to our recognition within our Constitution. As we already know we are not recognized as the traditional custodians of this land, it seems that the only way to achieve recognition 'for now' is to engage in the Native Title process. Under the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth) we are able ''claim'' our rights and interest to our country in accordance with the Native Title Act 1993 (Cth). Brother's, Sisters, our Youth, The Elders, non Aboriginal people (who want to help us in our struggle) and all Aboriginal People Australia wide we need public interest with this. If anyone would like to collaborate my email address is mtprior1@gmail.com

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Heather Robson
7 years ago
This is long over due, our Brothers and Sisters in Aotearoa had their business dealt with way sooner than here. Shame!

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mark conoley
7 years ago
We should recognize the original custodians of this land

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Jesophat Potter
7 years ago
I think that all citizens should be recognised and they ALL should be given a copy of the constitution.

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Desirae French
7 years ago
Let's make it right!

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Helen Cluff
7 years ago
Recognition in our nations most important document is a first step to reflect recognition in our generations. So many important achievements and contributions will then feel fully recognised for many.

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geoff holton
7 years ago
I believe it is about time evey one is treated equally and fairly, and the first nationist are given the respect they deserve and the recognition for who they are. sorry was not enough.more has to be done. not hand outs but a hand up.

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Sally Vidler
7 years ago
There's only so long you can deny your history. The sooner we recognise our faults, the sooner we move on to closing the gap.

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Israel Munoz
7 years ago
The recognition of the aboriginal people arround the world is a issue that matter