Indigenous Peoples, Racism and the United Nations

Indigenous Peoples, Racism and the United Nations

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This book is published as both a record of conference proceedings, the workshops and the papers given, and a series of recommendations to be taken forward as agenda items for the United Nations at the World Conference in Durban, South Africa, September 2001.To highlight this point, a critique of the Racial and Religious Code of Conduct introduced by the Australian Football League in 1995 a€“ in ... The paper concludes that despite the contribution of Indigenous athletes to the promotion of cross-cultural issues, racism ... only to think of ticker-tape parades for recent Australian world-champion hockey, netball, cricket, and rugby teams to see this. ... 1 I use the term racism in the knowledge that what is understood by racism is highly contested.

Title:Indigenous Peoples, Racism and the United Nations
Author:Martin N. Nakata
Publisher:Common Ground - 2001


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