Stan Grant delivers the Wallace Wurth Lecture at UNSW Sydney, a powerful and emotive speech entitled “From Reconciliation to Rights: Shaping a Bigger Australia."
The accomplishments of successful royal commissions flow not just from strong findings and recommendations but from intelligent procedure, writes Grant Hoole.
Despair. In a word, this is the universal sentiment of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders I have spoken to about the state of Aboriginal policy in Australia, writes Megan Davis.
A group of UNSW Law alumni has come up with a unique form of philanthropy, collectively donating $100,000 to fund college living expenses for an outstanding Indigenous law student.
Armed with a video camera, ten UNSW Law students have ventured across the Great Dividing Range into Wiradjuri country, seeking insights into life for the region's Aboriginal people.
In 2015, 10 UNSW Law students headed to central west NSW to learn more about the Wiradjuri Aboriginal community.
Formalising consultation with Indigenous people through a constitutionally mandated advisory group is an innovative and meaningful solution to the recognition deadlock, legal experts say.
A national people’s convention on constitutional recognition for Indigenous people could be the circuit breaker the drifting issue needs, writes Paul Kildea.
More political leadership is needed if the push for constitutional recognition is to emerge from its prolonged holding pattern, writes Paul Kildea.
Developing practical strategies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth to reinforce their rights in Australia is the focus of an intensive summit at UNSW this week.