European Network for Indigenous Australian Rights
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Welcome to the website of the European Network for Indigenous Australian Rights (ENIAR).
Our aim is to promote awareness of indigenous issues and to provide information for Indigenous Australians about Europe and international organizations. ENIAR is not affiliated to any government or commercial bodies, is non profit-making and run entirely by volunteers
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We cannot stand the fact that you are forbidden of your rights. That is when we started providing legal services.
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