243 – Professor Megan Davis

Professor Megan Davis is a Cobble Cobble woman from Queensland and is the current pro Vice-Chancellor and Balnaves Chair in constitutional law at the University of New South Wales. She’s worked for the United Nations and has been intimately involved in the campaign for meaningful constitutional recognition for Australia’s First Nations people, and had the honour of first reading out the Uluru Statement From the Heart publicly in 2017.

Four years on from the creation of the Statement – with its call for Voice, Treaty & Truth – Megan updates me on where the campaign for a constitutional First Nations Voice to Parliament is at, the roadblocks that remain, designing a model and searching for bipartisanship ahead of a possible referendum.

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ARTICLE: The Uluru Statement, four years on by Professor Megan Davis

INTERVIEW: The Uluru Statement – where to from here? on ABC Overnights with Rod Quinn

ARTICLE: Police officer not guilty of murdering woman during confrontation on Geraldton street (ABC NEWS) 

Cause of the Week: Uluru Statement From The Heart Campaign (ulurustatement.org)

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