Indigenous recognition steps outside Constitution
Sean Gordon interview: Indigenous empowerment
Editorial from The Australian.
Shireen Morris and Noel Pearson: Indigenous constitutional recognition
What we’re trying to achieve in constitutional recognition is Indigenous empowerment that allows us to start to have some control over our own affairs.
Jeff Kennett: Recognise, uphold but also celebrate indigenous Australians
The purpose of constitutional recognition is predominantly practical, rather than just symbolic.
Response to the Uluru Statement from the Heart
Uphold, recognise and celebrate. Count me in!
Tim Wilson: My journey on the road to recognition
For the first time in Australian history, we know what Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples agree counts as real recognition.
Sean Gordon at UTS: The New Reconciliation
Throughout my journey, I looked primarily at the issues of silence and illegitimacy that pervade our society – a lack of understanding of others’ lives.
Sean Gordon: Constitutional recognition is not a feel-good exercise
This is our new movement – Recognition, Empowerment, Cultural Embrace.
Nolan Hunter: We need to heal
I am hoping with all my heart that Australia will move in the right direction.
As a nation we need to heal.