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Flat White

The Voice of coercion

2 October 2022

10:17 AM

2 October 2022

10:17 AM

In support of Neil Brown’s excellent article in this week’s Spectator Australia edition, may I offer the following.

The Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is a resolution passed by the United Nations in 2007. The Australian government, under John Howard, refused to sign this declaration but, in 2009, the Rudd government formally endorsed it.

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