Questions and answers about the proposed First Nations Voice to Parliament

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Questions and answers about the proposed First Nations Voice to Parliament

The editors and authors

This work has been developed by a team of authors and editors committed to a fair and trustworthy presentation of the arguments for and against the referendum proposal, regardless of personal views they may hold.These comprise:

Paul Komesaroff, Professor of Medicine, Monash University, Executive Director, Global Reconciliation

Maeve Ryan, Intern at Global Reconciliation and student, University of Melbourne

Paul James, Professor of Globalization and Cultural Diversity, Institute for Culture and Society, Western Sydney University and Research Director, Global Reconciliation

Lisa Jackson Pulver, epidemiologist and public health practitioner, University of Sydney

Sally Gardner: Honorary Research Fellow School of Communication and Creative Arts Deakin University.

 

Essays presenting the social, historical and legal context of the Voice proposal have also been provided by:

Henry Reynolds, a historian whose primary work has focused on the frontier conflict between European settlers in Australia and Indigenous Australians. Read Henry’s article here.

Melissa Castan, Professor of Law and director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law, Monash University. Read Melissa’s article here.

Ian Anderson. a Palawa man and doctor, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic) of the University of Tasmania. Read Ian’s article here.

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