Wednesday, 20 February 2008

I strongly recomment the following discussion from Late Night Live on the 19th February 2008. I have (hopefully) inserted the link correctly.

Bipartisanship on indigenous issues.

Following the announcement of the new joint commission on indigenous affairs, co-chaired by Kevin Rudd and Brendan Nelson, three former Ministers of Aboriginal Affairs at both state and federal level, discuss the possibilities.

Fred Chaney
Co-Chair of Reconciliation Australia and Deputy President of the National Native Title Tribunal. He was Federal Minister for Aboriginal Affairs between 1978 and 1980.

Philip Ruddock
Former Minister for Immigration, Multicultural and Indigenous Affairs and Minister for Reconciliation and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs between 1998 and 2003.

Dr Andrew Refshauge
Former Deputy Premier of New South Wales and Minister for Aboriginal Affairs for over ten years. These days he's a senior consultant with the Executive Central Group.

Phillip Adams

Story Researcher and Producer
Gail Boserio

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