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Recognition: Raising Indigenous and minority voices


Today, there are around 30,000 Western Australians with Noongar ancestry. Despite the history of oppression and marginalization, Noongar people have survived, and continue to assert their rights and identity.

© South West Aboriginal Land and Sea Council

26 October 2022

On the frontlines of climate change, Indigenous peoples are often confronted with the degradation of their environments and thereby their livelihoods. In addition to these challenges, these groups also face the disappearance of their ancestral languages and the exploitation of their traditional lands, which are often rich in resources.


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