Series: Blak Law Tribal Edition

Blak Law: Tribal Edition is the continent’s first radio show exclusively looking at tribal societies and their rights. It aims to inform and educate Australians about the laws of the land that have been present since the beginning of time. Host Murrumu: Walubara Yidindji investigates international law and tribal societies to discuss their position in the geopolitical arena.

The show is broadcast weekly on Bumma Bippera Media Cairns 98.7FM.

NIRS National – Wednesdays from 1:00pm – 2:00pm (AEST)

Australia Day

Australia Day

Change the date, change the nation or change the constitution? Join Murrumu & Gaan-Yarra as Blak Law: Tribal Edition looks at the issue the Commonwealth of Australia faces every new year.

Latrobe University Speakers – Part A

Latrobe University Speakers – Part A

Latrobe University recently hosted the speakers Noel Pearson and Megan Davis who are strong advocates for constitutional recognition and Uluru statement from the heart in recent times. The ideas and society program invited them to speak at Latrobe University.

Law and the importance of Law

Law and the importance of Law

Topic: Guest Features Professor Asmi Wood from the Australian National University in Canberra. Professor Wood who has roots descending from the Western Torres Strait region yarns with Murrumu on his thoughts and opinions. He has also written books on Indigenous spiritually and the pros and cons of International law.

Blak Law Tribal Edition: Mabo Decision

Blak Law Tribal Edition: Mabo Decision

Topic: With the passing of the late Dr Bonita Mabo, we take an in depth look at the Mabo Decision and what that means for us as First Nation people.

Blak Law Tribal Edition: Genocide

Blak Law Tribal Edition: Genocide

Topic: Can you have genocide without the intent of committing genocide? And other things happening in International news

Blak Law Tribal Edition: Labour Party – Referendum

Blak Law Tribal Edition: Labour Party – Referendum

TOPIC: “The Labour party announced recently that they would hold within it’s first term, “A referendum to have a recognition and Indigenous voice to parliament and to address some of these matters”.