Policy, Practice, and Legislative Matters

  • Catherine Koerner
  • Soma PillayEmail author


This chapter discusses Aboriginal policy and in particular, the federal Aboriginal policy and legislation of the Northern Territory Emergency Response (NTER) and the contemporary extension termed ‘Stronger Futures’ until 2020. The NTER is significant because the then Howard Liberal Coalition and successive federal governments legislated and intervened in the Northern Territory that is, a democratically self-governing territory but not federated state. This chapter also examines in detail how empathy and compassion is witheld from those racialised as ‘Other’ or ‘Outsiders’ because of the white patriarchal capitalist possessive logic underpinning federal Aboriginal policy written by hegemonic identities.


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