Direct link to ImageShareConceptually similarView AllView more with similar tones A child plays at sunset in the Aboriginal community of Mutitjulu, in the shadow of Uluru, in the Northern Territory. The town is the first to be targeted in the Australian government's campaign to stamp out child abuse in remote indigenous communities. Australian Prime Minister John Howard says the permit system in the Northern Territory restricting entry to such communities had kept them 'out of view and out of mind', hindering efforts to tackle their problems, 26 June 2007. THE AGE Picture by JASON SOUTHPhotographer:Jason SouthSee all of this photographer's imagesImage ID:FXJ266663Keywords:Aboriginal-Aboriginal reconciliation gallery-Aborigine-aborigines-cartwheel-cartwheeling-cartwheels-children-community-dusk-full length-generic-indigenous-native-Northern Territory-outback-portrait-rural-silhouette-silhouetted-station-tribeAdd to cartDownload Zoom res. (TR3)DownloadRelated Collections:Iconic AustraliaAustralia Day CelebrationsScenic AustraliaLandscapesSelect usageWhat type of print?