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Podcast 59. Nikunu Yunupingu and Richard continue the conversation about anthropology and anthropologists and how this relates to land rights.
In this podcast series, Maratja Dhamarrandji and Richard Trudgen discuss why Balanda (mainstream western Australians) do not recognise Yolngu law, its foundational source, array of evidence, and the many checks and balances that underpin it. One of the main problems leading to this marr-dhumbalyun, confusion, is language.
Podcast 48. This is the first in a series of podcasts where Richard Trudgen discusses the NLC with Nikunu Yunupingu. Nikunu asks "Who is the NLC working for?" Yolngu are very confused!
Podcast 60. This is the fifth podcast talking about the NLC. Nikunu Yunupingu and Richard Trudgen continue the conversation about the Aboriginal Land Rights Act and the role of the Northern Land Council.
Rev. Dr. Djiniyini Gondarra OAM and Richard Trudgen discuss the second Makarrata mediation process, ending in a reconciliation ceremony in Yolŋu law and why all people need to return to a way of peace.
Podcast 49. This is the second podcast talking about the NLC. Nikunu Yunupingu asks Richard Trudgen all about the NLC and how it ties into Traditional Law, Also did you know the NLC covers 7 regions? Click here to find out more...
Podcast 63. This is the sixth podcast where Nikunu Yunupingu and Richard Trudgen discuss the meaning of 'traditional landowners', comparing it to words in the Yolngu languages
Dianne Gondarra and Richard Trudgen discuss the meaning of the word parole and its associated terms. Without a clear understanding of the word 'parole', it’s impossible for Yolngu parolees to stick to their parole conditions. This is why so many Yolngu end up being penalised and put back in jail.
Podcast 50. This is the third podcast in the series where Richard Trudgen talks with Nikunu Yunupingu all about the NLC. What do they do? Who's in charge? What things are being talked about in the legal chamber of NLC? click here to find out more.
Podcast 64. Nikunu Yunupingu and Richard Trudgen discuss Nikunu’s questions about the executive of the NLC. What is the executive’s role and authority?
In this podcast series, Maratja Dhamarrandji and Richard Trudgen discuss why Balanda (mainstream western Australians) do not recognise Yolngu law, its foundational source, array of evidence, and the many checks and balances that underpin it. One of the main problems leading to this marr-dhumbalyun, confusion, is language.
Podcast 51. This is the fourth podcast about the NLC. Richard Trudgen and Nikunu Yunupingu discuss the confusion around the Northern Lands Council and the lack of information Yolngu Estate owners receive about their land and their rights to their land.
Maratja Dhamarrandji asks Richard Trudgen, What is the meaning of evidence from a Balanda (mainstream) perspective? And why don't Yolŋu feel like they have security of tenure?
In this podcast series, Maratja Dhamarrandji and Richard Trudgen discuss who are considered the traditional owners of the land, but how there is a communication breakdown because most Yolngu do not understand the meaning of the English words ‘traditional’ or ‘landowner’.
Podcast 52. Richard Trudgen and Maratja Dhamarrandji discuss how Yolŋu are often kept in the dark and not given enough information.