Dharpaloco Yunupingu and Rininya Johnson, members of the Wuriniri Dance Group pose during a public NAIDOC celebration

Change the Record Coalition

Amnesty’s Indigenous rights work complements the huge amount of human rights advocacy that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander individuals and organisations are doing across Australia.

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Who’s responsible?

Each Australian state and territory is responsible for its own law and justice policies, but it is our national government that is ultimately responsible for ensuring Australia protects the rights of Indigenous children. Together, we can hold them to account.

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Activists meet with PM Malcolm Turnbull. © Private
A girl making Aboriginal artwork

What we’re asking

We’re calling for our government to support more Indigenous-led solutions for kids and change laws for a fairer youth justice system. Over the next five years we’ll be working hard to make this an issue politicians can’t ignore.

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Take Action Now

Join us in calling for justice targets to secure a brighter tomorrow for Indigenous kids in Australia.

Our Wins

Our movement changes lives. We celebrate the small wins, and the big moments because we know that every step our world takes away from injustice, is a step closer to a world in which human rights are enjoyed by all.