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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin

Stop Territory Aboriginal road sadness campaign (STARS)



This campaign was initiated in a bid to reduce Aboriginal road deaths. It is aimed at drivers in Aboriginal communities in the Northern Territory. The campaign is managed by Aboriginal community police officers. It includes an interactive poster in English and local languages (see programs and projects listing for In-language road safety campaign), soon to be backed up with radio messages and community meetings.

Related publications

Living Black (2010)

Heavy toll [online video].

: Special Broadcasting Service, Living Black

This report by the SBS Indigenous affairs program, Living black, examines the incidence of Indigenous road fatalities in the Northern Territory, where Aboriginal people are far more likely to be killed and injured in road accidents than non-Indigenous Australians.

Australian Indigenous HealthInfoNet abstract

Fuller T (2011)

Stop Territory Aboriginal Road Sadness - NT Police Indigenous road safety project.

Journal of the Australasian College of Road Safety; 22(1): 33-36


Last updated: 7 May 2012
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