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LIVESTREAM Uluru Dialogue Seminar Series

22 October - 5 November 2020
6:00pm - 7:30pm
Online
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Join Professor Megan Davis, Noel Pearson, Pat Anderson AO, Stan Grant, Jill Gallagher AO and many more for three incredible online seminars.

In 2017, the Uluru Statement from the Heart called for Voice, Treaty and Truth. The statement represents a landmark consensus position on what First Nations peoples want from constitutional recognition and reform.
 
Hosted by the UNSW Indigenous Law Centre and Uluru Dialogue @Ulurustatement.org this three-part seminar series, on every Thursday in the lead up to NAIDOC Week, will provide nuanced and detailed analysis of the sequenced reform decided on by the thirteen dialogues that were held across Australia.
 
The regional dialogues, which culminated at the Uluru National Constitutional Convention, directly shaped the three reform pillars – strategically sequenced as first a Voice to Parliament, enshrined in the constitution, then Makarrata (Treaty and Truth).
 
Join Professor Megan Davis, Noel Pearson, Pat Anderson AO, Stan Grant, Jill Gallagher AO and many more for three incredible online seminars.

 

Past Events

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22 Oct Past event

 

This webinar will show why and how the First Nations cultural authority who participated in the dialogues, identified the need for substantive structural reform through the establishment of a constitutionally enshrined Voice to Parliament.

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29 Oct Past event

 

This seminar will consider questions of Sovereignty and Treaty. It will also discuss how cultural authority who participated in the dialogues identified the Treaty process to be strengthened from a constitutionally enshrined Voice to Parliament sequenced first in the Uluru Statement from the Heart.

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5 Nov Past event

Our final seminar will provide insight into what the process of truth-telling meant for the First Nations authority that participated in the dialogues and why it was considered to be important.  The seminar will also answer the question as to why truth-telling might be achieved through a Truth Commission.

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