words@bld50 monthly talks


Public Space Private Space Other Space

This year the senate passed wide-ranging changes to Whitlam’s NT land
rights laws, with one day for discussion. Hear what happened, what it could
mean, and what built environment professionals can do about it.

[Aboriginal land] is communal property. There are communal
spaces such as the townships and roads and government-funded
bodies, which are more like public space, and there are houses
and other landholdings, which are more like private space.
Private space deserves the protection of trespass laws - public
space does not.
Mal Brough, Minister for Indigineous Affairs, in The Australian, October 5th 2006,

A4 Flyer / Poster:

background reading:

A moderated discussion. WORDS@Bldg50 Thursday
November 2nd, 7pm at 11 Orr Street, South Carlton

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