On the fourth anniversary of the Uluru Statement from the Heart, UNSW’s Professor Megan Davis joins Pat Anderson and Noel Pearson to welcome the Sydney Peace Prize announcement.
On the fourth anniversary of the Uluru Statement from the Heart, advocates say if the Commonwealth “legislates an Indigenous Voice, our lives will not improve”.
Three UNSW Sydney figures have been named among Australia's 30 most powerful people in the Australian Financial Review Magazine's annual Power issue.
In an edited extract, Megan Davis, Noel Pearson and Pat Anderson argue for a mechanism that will allow Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to participate more directly in decision-making in Canberra.
Formalising consultation with Indigenous people through a constitutionally mandated advisory group is an innovative and meaningful solution to the recognition deadlock, legal experts say.
Human rights lawyer Professor Megan Davis has been elected Chair of the United Nation's permanent forum on Indigenous issues.
How far should we go in recognising our first peoples in the constitution? Professor Megan Davis says true “recognition” must be more than “mere poetry” in a preamble. Read the full story in Uniken.
The current "faint" campaign for constitutional reform must be made more concrete and coherent if meaningful Indigenous recognition is to be achieved, UNSW Professor Megan Davis has told the Senate.
The Federal Government’s plan to repeal section 18C from the Racial Discrimination Act and its potential impact on Indigenous Australians will be the focus of a public forum at UNSW this Wednesday.
International human rights lawyer Megan Davis has been elected in a landslide to a second term on the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues.