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Creating a constitutional Voice – the words that could change Australia

Image: AAP/Aaron Bunch Ideas are powerful, but when it comes to a constitutional amendment, they need to be put into words before they can be...

The Albanese government has committed to enshrining a First Nations Voice in the Constitution. What do Australians think of the idea?

Image: Shutterstock Prime Minister Anthony Albanese and his new government have committed to enshrining a First Nations Voice in the Australian Constitution. To do so, a majority...

Our research shows public support for a First Nations Voice is not only high, it’s deeply entrenched

Image: Mick Tsikas/AAP Much has been written about why Indigenous recognition is important. Such recognition would be a legal change to address the dispossession of Indigenous...

What NZ and Australia can learn from British Columbia’s implementation of Indigenous rights

British Columbia’s law should see First Nations’ people included in public decisions and economic development, especially in relation to natural resources.  from www.shutterstock.com In October,...

Albanese says Voice must be in the Constitution

“We have not yet had true reconciliation, and a country that is not truly reconciled is not truly whole,” says Anthony Albanese at...

Listening to the heart: what now for Indigenous recognition after the Uluru summit?

The statement from the constitutional convention at Uluru reflects long-held Indigenous aspirations. Delegates at the First Nations Constitutional Convention at Uluru have issued a...