Australia

'Truth telling': The stories of Australia's Stolen Generations

New books reveal the traumatic experiences of Indigenous children taken from their homes in official Australian policy.

'Truth telling': The stories of Australia's Stolen Generations

New Zealand attack

Survivors remember Christchurch shooting, a year on

For survivors of the mass shooting at two mosques in New Zealand, the many paths to recovery are still long and winding.

Choosing how we remember: Finding peace a year after Christchurch

Opinion

The Wet'suwet'en crisis has exposed deep-seated racism in Canada

Native communities do not hurt the economy - they bear the hurt of corporations ruining the land.

Tara Houska

by Tara Houska

Tara Houska

Opinion

We must protect sacred sites from Trump's US-Mexico border wall

Trump is blowing up ancestral burial sites to build his wall, proving that nothing is sacred to this administration.

Ruth H Hopkins

by Ruth H Hopkins

Ruth H Hopkins

Racism

The Back Streeters and the White Boys: Racism in rural Canada

The story of a prairie town and the First Nations homeless bearing the brunt of its racial divides and traumatic past.

The Back Streeters and the White Boys: Racism in rural Canada

Reporter's Notebook

In Canada, Indigenous revival amid Wet'suwet'en crisis

A journalist reflects on what weeks of protests mean for the land's Indigenous - and how it goes beyond just a pipeline.

'Our hearts bled': Covering the Wet'suwet'en crisis in Canada

AJ IMPACT

Guyana holds crucial election ahead of expected oil boom

Guyana's economy is expected to be transformed by oil and gas discovered off the poor South American country’s shores.

Guyana holds crucial election ahead of expected oil boom

NewsFeed

Canada's indigenous peoples read racist social media posts

Canada's indigenous peoples read out racist social media posts amid protests against a proposed natural gas pipeline.

Indigenous rights

Understanding the Wet'suwet'en struggle in Canada

Wet'suwet'en hereditary chief, gov't announce proposed deal in dispute that raised key questions on Aboriginal title.

Understanding the Wet'suwet'en struggle in Canada

Canada

First Nations receive death threats over Canada pipeline battle

Indigenous people report a rise in racist attacks as tensions grow over construction of the Coastal GasLink pipeline.

Opinion

It is not the Wet'suwet'en who are hurting Canada

The Canadian government and big oil corporations are inflicting harm on First Nations and all Canadians.

Ruth H Hopkins

by Ruth H Hopkins

Ruth H Hopkins

Human Rights

2019 saw violent crackdown on protesters across Americas: Amnesty

Amnesty International says last year 'brought a renewed assault on human rights across much of the Americas'.

2019 saw violent crackdown on protesters across Americas: Amnesty

Indigenous rights

Canada at 'tipping point' over Wet'suwet'en land dispute

Tensions mount as solidarity protests and blockades grow in support of Wet'suwe'ten land defenders.

Canada at 'tipping point' over Wet'suwet'en land dispute

Indigenous rights

'My culture on my face': New Zealand's Maori assert identity

Ta moko, the traditional tattoo symbolising a Maori's heritage, is making a comeback after colonial suppression.

'My culture on my face': New Zealand's Maori assert identity

Indigenous rights

'RCMP off Wet'suwet'en land': Solidarity grows for land defenders

Protests spread across Canada to support Wet'suwet'en hereditary chiefs who say they were not consulted on a pipeline.

'RCMP off Wet'suwet'en land': Solidarity grows for land defenders