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A bi-partisan parliamentary committee looking into constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians has released its interim report but has failed to recommend any clear way forward for the issue to be resolved.
In this episode of the Policy Shop, New Zealand Māori constitutional lawyer, Dr Moana Jackson & Dr Shireen Morris, a McKenzie Postdoctoral Fellow at the Melbourne Law School consider questions about treaties versus constitutional recognition and ask how we might move beyond rhetoric on community...
A referendum on recognising Indigenous people in the constitution 'cannot and must not fail' according to the chair of a parliamentary inquiry into the issue.
Liberal MP Ken Wyatt says a referendum should be held when it has the best chance of success, and...