Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous

Anthony Albanese and Scott Morrison in front of the Australian Aboriginal Flag

Five experts grade the major parties’ policies and past actions on pursuing a First Nations Voice to Parliament.

Pat Anderson AO, Alfred 'Pop Alfie Neal', Noel Pearson and Professor Megan Davis in Yarrabah Queensland.

Aboriginal Land Councils and First Nations community representatives from across Australia are urging for a referendum in the first term of the new parliament.

Aerial view of Calgoa River

With culture at its heart, First Peoples’ creative collaboration can transform communities.

Three Aboriginal women walking along a rabbit proof fence - a promotional poster for the film

From bushrangers to community matriarchs, Aboriginal women have found many ways to empower themselves and their people through acts of resistance – within and outside of the law. 

Megan Davis

Professor Megan Davis, the first Aboriginal person from Australia elected to a United Nations (UN) body, reflects on 10 years of service and the persistent fight for Indigenous rights.

A silhouette of  a child standing by a window with a reflection

The disproportionate removal of Aboriginal children will continue without an improved government response, says UNSW's Professor Megan Davis. 

Aboriginal voters line up on election day

A proposal for voter ID requirements could further disenfranchise vulnerable people of society who don’t have access to the ID documents, particularly First Nations people.

Smoking ceremony conducted on campus after a Welcome to Country

Producing reusable 'set-and-forget' videos can diminish and minimise the cultural and political importance of a Welcome to Country, says Professor Megan Davis.

Indigenous people in traditional dress

The second wave of COVID-19 in New South Wales highlights concerns for the unvaccinated and those with multiple risk factors - particularly Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.

Old Parramatta Jail, Parramatta, Australia.

Aboriginal women detainees are strip-searched at higher rates than non-Indigenous women. It's clear Australia needs to address racial discrimination in justice systems.

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