Background to contact between Aborigines & Europeans, struggle for land rights, role of Office of Aboriginal Affairs, comments on Dr. H.C. Coombs, Emeritus Professor W.E.H. Stanner, Mr. B. Dexter, attitudes of Opposition & Government to Aboriginal problems & Aboriginal Embassy, recognition of land rights in S.A., Vic. & W.A., Gurindji strike at Wave Hill, concepts of Aboriginal land ownership as put to Gibb Committee, Yirrkala case, Aboriginal attitudes to land rights; health problems (trachoma in W.A., child mortality), housing (Government plans in W.A.), unemployment, education; law, administration of reserves (Queensland), dealings with police, courts (N.S.W.), Brockman case (W.A.); outline of events surrounding Aboriginal Embassy.