2SER: Learning the truth about Aboriginal housing in NSW

Aboriginal people have lived in what-is-now NSW for tens of thousands of years. But since 1788, NSW laws and policies have often dictated where and how Aboriginal people can live.

The Towards Truth project has released research which helps to piece together the role housing policy has played in wider attempts to displace Aboriginal people and force

Anna Harding, Director of Towards Truth project joined 2SER Breakfast to discuss the project and the on-going impacts of housing law and policies on Aboriginal people.

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Towards Truth is a partnership between PIAC and UNSW Indigenous Law Centre.
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