A national survey has found widespread support for an Indigenous Voice to Parliament, contrary to views expressed by the Turnbull Government that such a proposal would receive limited public backing.
Three UNSW Sydney figures have been named among Australia's 30 most powerful people in the Australian Financial Review Magazine's annual Power issue.
Mabo forced us to confront the convenient fiction upon which Australia was built, writes George Williams.
Indigenous delegates to the First Nations Constitutional Convention at Uluru opted for a comprehensive settlement, and each part of their plan has international precedents, writes Gabrielle Appleby.
The Uluru statement is a landmark moment in the reshaping of our system of government to reflect the aspirations of Australia's first peoples, writes George Williams.
More necessary than a royal commission is a truth and reconciliation commission and a treaty with Australia’s first peoples, journalist Stan Grant has told a packed audience at UNSW’s Wallace Wurth Lecture.
If we are to have a mature and sensible debate on Indigenous recognition, we must be more willing to embrace difficult issues and diverse perspectives, writes Paul Kildea.
Australia does not recognise the sovereignty of its first nations by way of a treaty, and the effects have been devastating, writes George Williams.
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.
Formalising consultation with Indigenous people through a constitutionally mandated advisory group is an innovative and meaningful solution to the recognition deadlock, legal experts say.