The proposed change to the Constitution is straightforward. Now is the time to say Yes to overcoming Indigenous disadvantage.
A lack of integrity and accountability has fuelled record-low trust in brands and government, UNSW human rights experts say.
The No campaign line for the upcoming Voice referendum tells people they can’t figure out the issues, says the Dean of Law & Justice at UNSW Sydney.
The annual list recognises individuals who are shaping the future of their fields and defining the next generation of leadership.
The “yes” and “no” cases have outlined their arguments to be sent out to Australian voters. Here, legal experts examine the claims by both sides to see if they stack up.
UNSW Sydney’s leading constitutional experts discuss recognition and the need to listen to First Nations peoples when formulating policy that affects them.
Legislation is an unsatisfactory way to institute a Voice to Parliament because, among other reasons, it would make the body insecure and vulnerable to the whims of different governments.
The bill that has passed through the Senate provides for a robust referendum, although there is still room for improvement.
For the National Plan to End Violence Against Women and Children to benefit all Australian women, it requires indigenous-led, trauma-informed approaches to working with Aboriginal families.
The Albanese government is moving towards a referendum having Australia voting on a First Nations Voice to Parliament. So how much detail should voters have about the Voice?