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Ph: (02) 8762 4200
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Int'l Ph: +61 2 8762 4200
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Located just 100 metres to the south of Flemington Railway Station. Link to new location on Google Maps
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INQUIRY INTO POVERTY IN AUSTRALIA (St Vincent De Paul)
The St Vincent De Paul Society (26/02/2002)
ANTaR Response Kit for the ATSIC Review Public Discussion Paper
Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTaR) have developed a kit to assist community Reconciliation groups make submissions to the Review of ATSIC. (1/08/2002)
ANTaR Submission to ATSIC Review
Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation response to a discussion paper released by the ATSIC Review Panel. (26/08/2002)
2004 Volume 1 Issue 1
Regular e-newsletter of the Edmund Rice Centre (30/11/2004)
Native title decisions confirm need for negotiated solutions (8/08/2002)
Australians for Native Title and Reconciliation (ANTAR) have called for negotiated solutions to native title issues following today's High Court decisions on the Miriuwung-Gajerrong and NSW Western Division Leases cases.
Silent Vigil for Asylum Seekers (31/01/2002)
A Statement by Tom Keneally and Rosie Scott:
Terrorists are most afraid of diplomacy (15/11/2002)
David Ervine, leader of the Progressive Unionist Party of Northern Ireland, key negotiator of the Belfast Agreement, and member of the Stormont Parliament is visiting Australia this week as a guest of the Edmund Rice Centre.
2006 Vol 9 Issue 3 - West Papua: The Conflict for Rights
The West Papuan people have been engaged in a long conflict with the Indonesian government over self determination, control of resources and increasing environmental degradation.
Reconciliation in the Media
The Edmund Rice Centre in partnership with the NSW Reconciliation Council are conducting a study of the portrayal of Reconciliation in the Australian press.
Nothing new in Tony Abbott's paternalism
Professor Mick Dodson responds to comments by Health Minister Tony Abbott that Indigenous communities would benefit from renewed Government paternalism ( 21 June 2006).
2005 Vol 8 Issue 4 - Debunking the Myths about Climate Change
Leading scientists from all over the world agree that climate change is a pressing global issue.
2005 Vol 8 Issue 3 - Industrial Relations Reform: Prosperity or Disaster?
A review of proposed changes to industrial relations legislation by the Federal Government and arguments for and against the reforms.
2005 Vol 8 Issue 2 - Governments Dismantle ‘A Fair Go’ for All
Recent government economic priorities continue the attack on many Australian families who are already doing it tough.
2005 Vol 8 Issue 1 - Mental Health in Australia: A state of urgency
Mental health in Australia today is in crisis. Under the National Mental Health Strategy institutional care has moved to community based care, but this has evolved with no effective management system that is able to provide high quality primary care or the necessary support structures to live productively within the wider community.
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Fact-sheets on key issues:
ERC initiative the Pacific Calling Partnership promotes awareness of the devastating effects of climate change on low-lying island communities of the Pacific. The PCP campaign goes beyond both the science and the spin to make evident 'the human face of climate change'.
Update: ERC Director, Phil Glendenning, recently returned to Australia from Afghanistan after 10 days interviewing returned asylum seekers again in Kabul.
ERC is redoubling our efforts to find a third-country resettlement option for those returnees from Australia with whom we have been able to make contact. We need financial support to achieve this.
Such work uncovers high levels of risk for the deportees (and for our researchers). Research publications are available here.
Listen to Phil speak of the visit to ABC Radio National's Phillip Adams.
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