This week we take a look at:

  • Federal government announces National Women’s Summit to tackle domestic violence against First Nations women and children.
  • The Tangentyre Men’s Family Safety Group is addressing mental health issues and encouraging open talk among men in Mparntwe.
  • Tasmania’s Pathway to Truth-Telling and Treaty report has been tabled in parliament.
  • A group of Victorian legal services and consumer advocates are calling on the state government to commit to establishing a free dispute resolution service for people who are sold ‘lemon’ cars by car dealerships.
  • And a big night for First Nations artists, at this year’s ARIA Awards.


Weekly news-in-review November 26 2021 Part 1


Weekly news-in-review November 26 2021 Part 2