Tag: Constitution

  • 2013 Reconciliation Week Blog – Symbolism, change and reconciliation

    Guest Blogger – Luke Pearson, IndigenousX This post forms part of the Castan Centre’s 2013 Reconciliation Week guest blog series. You can also read the  post by Inala Cooper of Monash University, and the post by Shireen Morris of the Cape York Institute. National Reconciliation Week is upon us… and Sorry Day is just behind us.And sadly […]

  • 2013 Reconciliation Week Blog – Why we need constitutional reform: recognition and equality before the law

    Guest Blogger: Shireen Morris, Cape York Institute This post forms part of the Castan Centre’s 2013 Reconciliation Week guest blog series. You can also read the  post by Inala Cooper of Monash University and the post by Luke Pearson of AboriginalOz and Indigenous X. The conversation about constitutional recognition of Indigenous peoples presents us with […]

  • 2013 Reconciliation Week Blog – Southern Dreaming: A Reconciliation Retrospective

    Guest Blogger: Inala Cooper, Senior Adviser Indigenous Policy and Strategy, Monash University This post forms part of the Castan Centre’s 2013 Reconciliation Week guest blog series. You can also read the post by Shireen Morris of the Cape York Institute and the post by Luke Pearson of AboriginalOz and Indigenous X. One thing you can be guaranteed of in […]

  • Closing the Referendum gap

    The Federal Government today introduced the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Recognition Bill 2012 into Parliament, with Minister Macklin asserting that this will be an “important step towards recognising Indigenous people in Australia’s Constitution” and “an opportunity for Parliament to show its support and commitment to constitutional recognition of Australia’s First Peoples”. This bill is the […]