- waarnk dootee = Australian birdiyah maaman (Description: Australian Male Leader)
- koorliny boodjar = 1954 (Born: 1954)
- noitj wierniny = 1996 (Passing to spirit: 1996)
The Government came wer took Rob Riley, also known as Gulumun, away as a five month old child to Sister Kate's in Queens Park. He was later told that his mother Violet and step father Bill Riley, were dead, but this was a lie. Parents were not allowed to visit their children, but Violet "used to get a glimpse of him in the nursery". It wasn't until he was 12 that he was reunited with his mother and father.
Violet's mother was Anna Miller married to (unknown) Dinah. There were six children, Violet, Lois, Janet, Walter, Ivan and Sam. Sam Dinah was also sent to Sister Kate's where he met his nephew Rob, then called Robert Dinah.
Government wort koorliny baal Sister Kate's in Queens Park. Baal koodjal mar baal kaditj baal ngarnk. Kadaditj baal moort baal koodjal mar keny keny. Baal CEO [[|Wp/nys/Western Australian Aboriginal Legal Service|Western Australian Aboriginal Legal Service]] waarnk Government wort koorliny baal koorlingar baal bibol waarnk Stolen Generations. Telling Our Story kaditj boola noongar "the most comprehensive description of the experience of Aboriginal people removed from their families undertaken in Western Australia". 1995, Riley waarnkiny baal Sister Kate's.
On 1 May 1996, Riley committed suicide in Perth at the Bentley Motor Lodge. In the days leading to his death, he was unemployed wer was charged with major traffic offences.
He was a very well-known person amongst the Aboriginal community. He worked for Legal Aid. He was a father. He was always there to help, he was a family man, a son wer a dad, wer he was a people's person. Some of his story is in "Us Fellas: An Anthology of Aboriginal Writing".
He had three children – Megan, Jaymea and Emma.
He has his own bibol il the English Wilipedia at 'Rob Riley (Aboriginal activist)'.
- Baal activist politics 70’s
- Noonkanbah 1980 baal WA branch Aboriginal Legal Service of WA (ALSWA).
- Riley birdiyah maaman National Aboriginal Council waarnk maaman [[|Wp/nys/Native Title Act|Native Title Act]].
- birdiyah maaman waarnk Minister for Aboriginal Affairs
- birdiyah maaman Aboriginal Issues Unit Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody.
- Riley yirra mia Aboriginal Medical Service, Aboriginal Child Care Agency, Centre for Aboriginal Studies at Curtin University, Aboriginal Media Association.
- Human Rights Medal 1996.
- 2004, Centre of Aboriginal Studies "Rob Riley Memorial Lectures" 
- "Rob Riley: Champion of Justice for Aboriginal People". Human Rights Defender. Retrieved 22 January 2017
- Victoria Laurie. "The Noongar people of Western Australia have found a sense of acceptance after a harrowing past". The Australian. Published 27 September 2006. Archived 4 March 2009. Retrieved 22 January 2017
- "Posthumous Human Rights Awarded to Robert Riley". Archived 20 September 2006. Retrieved 22 January 2017
- Joel Smoker - Way Out West concert. Joel's song "Goodbye Robert Riley" tells the story of the last days of Robert Riley, the OIC of the Aboriginal Legal Service in WA. Retrieved 22 January 2017
- Rob Riley Memorial Lecture Series. Curtin Indigenous Research Centre
- Rob Riley, a life lived in the cause of liberation
- Australia remains a deeply unreconciled nation, explains Quentin Beresford
- Curtin Indigenous Research Centre abstract Keynote Address delivered by Rob Riley to the Annual Conference of the Australian Psychologists Society in Perth, WA 1995
- Robert Riley Scholarships. Archived 12 February 2006. Retrieved 11 June 2017.
- Obituary by Peter Yu, Executive Director of the Kimberley Land Council
Ngiyan waarnk - References edit
- "Curtin to honour indigenous statesman". Curtin University Media Releases. Archived 29 August 2009. Retrieved 22 January 2017
- "The hard fight". Sydney Morning Herald. 13 May 2006. Retrieved 7 May 2019
- project manager : Tjalaminu Mia, editor: Sally Morgan, photography: Victor France ... et al (2002). "Echoes of the past : Sister Kate's home revisited". Pub The School, Nedlands, W. A. pp 75-78
- Rob Riley, CEO ALS 1990-1995, "Telling Our Story". Aboriginal Legal Service of WA (ALSWA). Retrieved 22 January 2017
- Human Rights Awards website. Archived 12 February 2012. Retrieved 22 January 2017
- "WA's Black Chapter". ABC Radio National. Background Briefing - 23 June 1996. Archived 9 August 2009. Retrieved 22 January 2017
- Lynnette Coomer, personal communication, 20 February 2016
- "Robert Riley", in Colleen Glass and Archie Weller, "Us Fellas: An Anthology of Aboriginal Writing". Perth: Artlook Books, 1987: 65-71.
- Dr Quentin Beresford. "Rob Riley, An Aboriginal Leader's Quest For Justice" published by Aboriginal Studies Press
- Rob Riley Memorial Lecture. Retrieved 22 January 2017