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Noel Pearson

12th Renate Kamener Oration with Noel Pearson

On Sunday 27 March 2022, Noel Pearson delivered the 12th Renate Kamener Oration - an ...
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Fiona Jose

Fiona Jose appointed to Cairns and Hinterland Health Board

Cape York Partnership CEO Fiona Jose has been appointed a place on the Cairns and ...
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Front cover of book, Mission

A Mission of hope

By Caroline Overington, The Australian's Literary EditorThis article was originally published in The Australian on ...
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Remote Engagement Program Submission to Discussion Paper

Executive Summary Cape York Institute (CYI) shares the Commonwealth Government's commitment to abolishing the Community ...
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Fund Employment Not Unemployment

Media Release A collaboration of Indigenous policy, peaks, and employment and empowerment organisations are calling ...
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It's time for true Constitutional Recognition

It’s time for true Constitutional Recognition

Picture: Jane Dempster/The Australian A keynote speech by Noel Pearson at The National Museum of ...
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Power must go to the people - Fiona Jose

Power Must Go to the People

This article appeared in The Cairns Post - 23 January 2021 Cape York Partnership Chief ...
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Australians deserve a job guarantee

Australians deserve a job guarantee

 Originally published in The Mercury, Monday 28 September 2020 By Noel Pearson “Men occasionally stumble ...
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The case for a government jobs guarantee

The case for a government jobs guarantee

Published in The Australian newspaper - 4 July 2020 This is a year few Australians ...
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ADDRESS TO THE LAW COUNCIL; NOEL PEARSON

ADDRESS TO THE LAW COUNCIL; NOEL PEARSON

WHAT DOES 65,000 YEARS COUNT FOR IN THE AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH AFTER A MERE 250? Address ...
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IN MEMORY:                                         JOSEPH ROBINSON ROPEYARN ‘ROBBIE SALEE’

IN MEMORY: JOSEPH ROBINSON ROPEYARN ‘ROBBIE SALEE’

IN MEMORY OF JOSEPH ROBINSON ROPEYARN ‘ROBBIE SALEE’  8 October 2019 St Michaels and All ...
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Garma 2019: The Torment of Powerlessness

Garma 2019: The Torment of Powerlessness

Garma 2019: The Torment of Powerlessness Constitutional reform ‘can be your great and enduring legacy’. ...
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All we seek is our rightful place

All we seek is our rightful place

GARMA 2019 Remarks to the Key Forum 3 August 2019  Noel Pearson Cape York Institute  ...
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Diversity in unity best balm for Australia’s conflicting identities

Diversity in unity best balm for Australia’s conflicting identities

Australia, like other nations throughout the developed world, is in the throes of crises of ...
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The case for a government jobs guarantee

Walking Barcodes

From the Australian Newpaper - 2011 Getting Aborigines into work sometimes seems to be the ...
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Dumped indigenous welfare program rated ‘a success’

Dumped indigenous welfare program rated ‘a success’

An independent review of an indigenous welfare program, dumped last week by the Queensland government, ...
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Australians deserve a job guarantee

Queensland opposes community-controlled reform

Australia has an inequality problem. But it is not the inequality problem of the US, ...
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In Memoriam: Jimi Bostock

NOEL PEARSON Yarralumla Woolshed Monday 24 September 2018   13 January five years ago, in ...
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Noel Pearson envisages an Australia unified through the pursuit of self-interest

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=120z2Yi48SQ   The outspoken advocate delivered a pointed vision of the nation's journey to unification while ...
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Murraylands to be added to Empowered Communities

Murraylands to be added to Empowered Communities

The Murraylands' Aboriginal people will be granted more power to determine how federal funding is ...
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