A critical aspect of social justice struggles is the work of the people who support those more directly affected by a particular justice issue-the work of allies.
These resources explore the role of non-indigenous supporters of indigenous justice struggles. They have been generated through discussions with people active as allies in North America, Australia and here in Aotearoa.
While these resources focus specifically on relationships between indigenous and non-indigenous peoples the underlying principles have relevance and will be of interest to people who work as allies across a range of other social justice issues.
The book, Working as Allies: supporters of indigenous justice reflect, provides in depth interviews with allies in Australia and New Zealand.
- Resources for working as allies
- Working as Allies: Supporters of Indigenous Justice Reflect
- Learning from North America
- Being allies? Negotiating non-indigenous support of indigenous struggles in Australia