The Dying Days of Segregation in Australia: Case Study Yarrabah

The Dying Days of Segregation in Australia: Case Study Yarrabah

by Barbara Miller

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ISBN-13: 9780995369153
Publisher: Barbara Miller Books
Publication date: 08/22/2018
Pages: 206
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.44(d)

About the Author

Barbara Joyce Miller, historian, researcher and sociologist, co-founded, with her husband Norman, the Centre for International Reconciliation and Peace in 1996. She has been recognized by Worldwide Who's Who for showing dedication, leadership and excellence in humanitarian affairs. She lives in Cairns, Australia, with her husband Norman and son Michael.


Barbara is very passionate about Aboriginal advancement and liaises with religious and other communities worldwide through the Centre for International Reconciliation and Peace, which provides services focused on healing the wounds of history and reconciliation between people groups. With her husband, Norman, she pastors the Tabernacle of David congregation and she leads groups of Australians to Israel for Christian conferences and prayer tours.

Barbara has forty years of professional experience not only in Aboriginal affairs, but also as a psychologist and mediator. She has her own business-Mediation Works Qld-and is an expert in mediating workplace and large-scale community disputes and family-law matters. Barbara is a motivated, inspiring teacher and counsellor who holds a postgraduate degree in sociology and a Bachelor of Arts with honours in psychology.

As a social justice campaigner, she helped the Mapoon people move back to their land. In the 90s, Barbara served as the CEO of the Aboriginal Coordinating Council through which she lobbied state and federal governments and wrote reports on topics such as native title, Indigenous resource management, local government, human rights, crime prevention in Aboriginal communities, health and deaths in custody.

She has also authored various books and articles, including a book titled William Cooper, Gentle Warrior: Standing Up for Australian Aborigines and Persecuted Jews, 2012, The European Quest to Find Terra Australis Incognita: Quiros, Torres and Janszoon, 2014 and White Woman Black Heart: Journey Home to Old Mapoon, A Memoir in 2018.

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