Three years on, Aboriginal activists say the Northern Territory intervention has done more harm than good. Today’s anniversary of the intervention’s announcement has been marked by protests and renewed calls for the Racial Discrimination Act to be reinstated. It was suspended by the Howard government in 2007, as part of the intervention legislation. The issue is scheduled for debate in the Senate this week.

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