History

March 4, 2016

When Fighting Sticks Meet – Noongar Sovereignty and the Queen

Indigenous sovereignty often asserts itself through practices of resistance and recognition. While settler colonial governments have come to offer increasing recognition of indigenous sovereignty by way of things such as […]
April 23, 2015
Charlie truelove

ANZAC Day: a faith event?

This picture is above my desk at work; it was taken in Melbourne in around 1900. The man is my great grandfather, Charles Truelove, and two of the boys are […]
March 30, 2015
Noongar Plaque

Historic Turning Point for Noongar People in progress towards Self-Determination

The Noongar People of Western Australia are now one step closer to reaching a comprehensive settlement with the government of Western Australia of their native title claims. The settlement involves […]
March 12, 2015
Right to Protest

WA Government legislating to remove people’s rights to peaceful protest

The Barnett Government has introduced a Bill that would allow for peaceful protesters to be jailed for 2 years for stopping work.  The “The Criminal Code Amendment (Prevention of Lawful […]