Past policies have created barriers to voting in remote First Nations communities

Past policies have created barriers to voting in remote First Nations communities
Wednesday 20 April 2022

Article by Dr Morgan Harrington in the Conversation:

The rate of voter participation in federal elections by people living in remote Indigenous communities has been lower than the national average since First Nations people were granted the right to vote in 1962. In recent years, the rate has been in decline. Rates are lowest in the Northern Territory.  Continue reading here

 

 

 

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