Comments for Australian Nuclear Free Alliance http://www.anfa.org.au Tue, 05 Jul 2016 00:13:57 +0000 hourly 1 Comment on Traditional Owners Statements by Jim Green on the Aboriginal fight against the Australian government’s plan for nuclear waste dumping | Nuclear Australia http://www.anfa.org.au/traditional-owners-statements/#comment-16 Tue, 05 Jul 2016 00:13:57 +0000 http://www.anfa.org.au/?p=1047#comment-16 […] to turn South Australia into the world’s nuclear waste dump has been met with near-unanimous opposition from Aboriginal people. The Aboriginal Congress of South Australia, comprising people from many Aboriginal groups across […]

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Comment on Traditional Owners Statements by Radioactive Waste and the “Nuclear War” against Australia’s Aboriginal people | Counter Information http://www.anfa.org.au/traditional-owners-statements/#comment-14 Sun, 03 Jul 2016 00:40:29 +0000 http://www.anfa.org.au/?p=1047#comment-14 […] to turn South Australia into the world’s nuclear waste dump has been met with near-unanimous opposition from Aboriginal people. The Aboriginal Congress of South Australia, comprising people from many Aboriginal groups across […]

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Comment on Sign the Declaration by Quill Plains chapter opposes nuclear waste dump in South Australia – Enjeux énergies et environnement http://www.anfa.org.au/sign-the-declaration/#comment-4 Sun, 03 Apr 2016 20:17:20 +0000 http://localhost/?p=670#comment-4 […] To sign the petition, please click here. […]

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Comment on ANFA 2015 national meeting- Quorn South Australia by Anfa http://www.anfa.org.au/anfa-2015-national-meeting-quorn-south-australia/#comment-3 Tue, 23 Feb 2016 11:52:23 +0000 http://localhost/?p=688#comment-3 Looks like a big significant meeting

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Comment on Abbott’s Indigenous Council: Undermining Aboriginal interests? by Abbott’s Indigenous Council: Undermining Aboriginal interests? | the interpretOr http://www.anfa.org.au/abbotts-indigenous-council-undermining-aboriginal-interests/#comment-2 Thu, 07 Nov 2013 14:04:37 +0000 http://ausnukefreealliance.wordpress.com/?p=213#comment-2 […] …Mining is neither a new development nor a new answer to old problems. Mining has been around for hundreds of years. Look at Aboriginal life in Australia’s mining regions around Roeborne, Port Hedland and Port Augusta. Spend a couple of days out at Laverton, go talk to the folks at the missions in Kalgoorlie and tell us mining is pulling Aboriginal people out of poverty or reducing the rates of kidney disease and cancers. Look at the youth suicide rates, our people’s lack of representation in Parliaments and over representation in prisons. It’s not as simple as saying mining will pull us out of poverty, stop the welfare dependence and ‘save us’. It hasn’t done it in the last 200 years of occupation and excavation. ::: click here for piece in full : : : […]

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