Rally for Justice @ Queens Park 11 am Saturday 18 November 2006

Meeting was held on Thursday 19 October 2006, at 12 NOON AT THE JAGARA HALL MUSGRAVE PARK to organise the ongoing campaign for Justice for Aboriginees in Brisbane and Queensland
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Discussion of the next RALLY AND MARCH (18th November 2006 @11am at Queens Park in George Street Brisbane)

AGENDA

(*) The Palm Island Police Murder

(*) Hurley must be sacked and charged immediately

(*) Any other police officer who played any role in the murder of Mulrunjie must also be suspended and charged

(*) The police minister must be sacked

(*) The police commissioner must be sacked

(*) The state government must implement all the 40 recommendations that were handed down by the state coroner

Discussion of the next RALLY AND MARCH (in November 2006)

(*) The state government must reinstate the Department of Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander Policy

(*) We need to confront Beattie and demand that he pays all Stolen Wages claims

(*) We demand an immediate whole-of-government task force to address Aboriginal unemployment, housing, health, education and living standards.

(*) We want an urgent national conference in Brisbane to workshop the 40 recommendations that were handed down by the state coroner in the Mulrunjie case

(*) That conference must also work-shop the 339 RCIADIC recommendations that were handed down in 1991

(*) That workshop must work-shop every Aboriginal death in custody that has occurred since 1991

(*) Why have the state police departments failed aboriginal communities?

(*) Police must have cross cultural training

(*) Any Police officer displaying racist attitudes or behavior, must be sacked

(*) Every Aboriginal community must have a diversionary program or a cell visitor program operating within their communities.

ALL WELCOME

BRING A PLATE

All inquiries – SAM WATSON – 0401 2274 43

One response to “Rally for Justice @ Queens Park 11 am Saturday 18 November 2006

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