Aboriginal Communities Face Government Intervention Plan

ALICE SPRINGS, AUSTRALIA - JULY 06: Aboriginal children play on a swing set as Indigenous Affairs Minister Mal Brough meets with the Mutitjulu community elders July 6, 2007 in Mutitjulu, near Alice Springs, Australia. Aboriginal communities across the Northern Territory will fall under the Federal Government's new intervention plans, after the 'Little Children are Sacred' report which claimed child abuse in Aboriginal communites was widespread. The plans include the introduction of Federal Police and Army personnel into the communities, as well as health checks for children. (Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)
ALICE SPRINGS, AUSTRALIA - JULY 06: Aboriginal children play on a swing set as Indigenous Affairs Minister Mal Brough meets with the Mutitjulu community elders July 6, 2007 in Mutitjulu, near Alice Springs, Australia. Aboriginal communities across the Northern Territory will fall under the Federal Government's new intervention plans, after the 'Little Children are Sacred' report which claimed child abuse in Aboriginal communites was widespread. The plans include the introduction of Federal Police and Army personnel into the communities, as well as health checks for children. (Photo by Ian Waldie/Getty Images)
Aboriginal Communities Face Government Intervention Plan
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