We have seen a range of measures to manage the spread of coronavirus in Australia, including movement restrictions, closures of government- and community-based services and border controls. But local Indigenous communities have also shown tremendous leadership in protecting their own peoples from the virus. And perhaps ironically, the federal government has shown a willingness to listen to and engage with the expertise of the Indigenous health sector. Click here to read the full article.
Reconciliation Week: a time to reflect on strong Indigenous leadership and resiliency in the face of a pandemic - The Conversation