Recent protests in Australia have highlighted the grievances of the country’s indigenous people, who continue to suffer deep-rooted poverty and inequality.
Successive governments there have described it as a “national shame”. Now the issue has been given a new focus following the Black Lives Matter protests in the United States and around the world.
Sophie Raworth presents the latest BBC News at Ten report exploring Britain’s colonial legacies. Shaimaa Khalil in Sydney considers the treatment of indigenous Australians.