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In summary Climate change is caused by the burning of coal, petrol and other fossil
On this day in 1973, Aboriginal people in central Australia held a big meeting to
What is this about? In late 2019, the Australian Parliament’s Senate Community Affairs References Committee
We all know it’s hard to keep up with technology, and the Congress Arrurlenge (History
Ingkintja: Wurra apa artwuka pmara is an Aboriginal Male Health Service at Congress that takes the
Arrurlenge Arntanta-areme (ARRA) is a group of Aboriginal Congress staff who watch over and look
Great news from our Navajo brothers and sisters, who have been impacted terribly by this
There’s lots of talk about COVID-19 vaccines lately, and it is great news that they
The Congress History Project team has started work on cataloguing and storing items from Congress’
Teresa is the archive officer for the Congress History Project – Congress Arrurlenge (meaning Congress
Congress will be reducing services during the Christmas and New Year period, however some services will remain
Since forming in 1973, many people and organisations have helped Congress advocate strongly for justice