Resources


 

Our resources page contains all of the information you need to be informed about the Uluru Statement from the Heart and a First Nations Voice to Parliament protected by the Constitution.

The Uluru Statement from the Heart – Secondary Education Tool


2021 Webinars

Webinar

Uluru Dialogue Wrap-Up Webinar 2021

15 December 2021

Featuring Co-Chair of the Uluru Dialogue, Professor Megan Davis along with Associate Professor Hannah McGlade, Associate Professor Sana Nakata and Dr Dani Larkin, this webinar provides participants with a range of examples of how a constitutionally enshrined First Nations Voice to Parliament could work in practice.


NAIDOC WEEK 2021

Expert Analysis of Indigenous Voice Co-design

8 July 2021

What Did The Public Say?


NAIDOC WEEK 2021

Youth Perspectives

8 July 2021

Youth Perspectives on "Heal Country!" and the Uluru Statement.


Mabo Oration 2021

Professor Megan Davis, Balnaves Chair in constitutional Law

3 June 2021

Professor Davis discussed the legacy of Mabo and how the Uluru Statement from the Heart and a First Nations Voice to Parliament protected by the Constitution can deliver on the failed promise of the social justice package that was meant to accompany the native title response to Mabo.


Lowitja O'Donoghue Oration 2021

Pat Anderson

20 June 2021

The 2021 Lowitja O'Donoghue Oration was delivered by Pat Anderson AO, Co-Chair of the Uluru Dialogue.


The Uluru Statement from the heart

What's next?

25 May 2021

The evidence is clear. Australians want a referendum to establish a First Nations Voice to Parliament protected by the Constitution.


2020 Webinars

NAIDOC 2020

Webinar Three:
Truth Telling

5 November 2020

This webinar will provide insight into what the process of truth-telling is meant for the First Nations authority that participated in dialogues and why truth is considered to be important.


NAIDOC 2020

Webinar Two:
Treaty

29 October 2020

This was the second of three webinars in the lead up to NAIDOC2020 hosted by the Indigenous Law Centre, UNSW and the Uluru Dialogue. This webinar focussed on treaty, the second reform in the sequenced process of Voice, Treaty and Truth.


NAIDOC 2020

Webinar One:
First Nations Voice

22 October 2020

This webinar will also show how First Nation cultural authority identified the need for a substantive structural reform to occur through a deliberatively prioritised and sequenced, constitutionally enshrined Voice to Parliament.


Uluru Youth Webinar

Our hope for the future

8 October 2020

Youth and the Uluru Statement from the Heart Webinar


3rd Anniversary of the Uluru statement

Photos of the convention

26 May 2020

The Indigenous Law Centre hosted a special online event on 26 May 2020 to mark the 3rd Anniversary of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.


2017 Webinars

Constitutional convention

First Nations National Constitutional convention, ULURU

23-26 May 2017

This video is an important authoritative record of the convention where regional delegates from across the nation met to affirm their deliberations and issue the Uluru Statement from the Heart.


 

Previous Reports & Committee

The below are links to the developments over the past decade toward constitutional reform for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.







 
 

ULURU STATEMENT SUPPORTER KIT

 
 
 

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