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First Nations women in public policy lecture with Prof Megan Davis

Crawford School of Public Policy

Event details

Lecture

Date & time

Wednesday 22 May 2024
6.00pm–7.00pm

Venue

T2 Theatre ANU Kambri Cultural Centre

Speaker

Scientia Professor Megan Davis FAHA FASSA FAAL

Contacts

Adriana Paulovcinova

Renowned constitutional lawyer and public law expert Scientia Professor Megan Davis FAHA FASSA FAAL has campaigned for the constitutional recognition of First Nations peoples for two decades and was central to the design of the Referendum Council deliberative process that led to the Uluru Statement from the Heart.

In this important lecture, Professor Davis will explore the political process for justice and human rights for First Nations Australians in the wake of the referendum defeat. More than 6 million Australians voted YES for constitutional recognition. The Uluru Dialogue is not over.

After the Indigenous Voice referendum: Where to from here?

PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS EVENT WILL BE HELD IN PERSON ONLY AND WILL NOT BE LIVESTREAMED.

Wednesday, 22 May 2024, 6:00 pm — 7:00 pm followed by refreshments

If you require accessibility accommodations or a visitor Personal Emergency Evacuation plan please contact the event organiser at crawford.comms@anu.edu.au.

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