Join the authors of the Indigenous Law Centre's report on the Indigenous Voice Co-design Process as they walk you through their findings, including the overwhelming support for the constitutional enshrinement of a Voice to Parliament.
A recent report, published by UNSW Indigenous Law Centre, found 90% of public submissions to the Indigenous Voice Co-Design Process support a referendum on a First Nations Voice to Parliament.
The expert analysis, conducted by three UNSW academics for the Indigenous Law Centre – Professor Gabrielle Appleby, Emma Buxton-Namisnyk and Dr Dani Larkin – also reveal one-third of submissions expressly say that they do not support the approach of legislating an Indigenous Voice.
This includes the express lack of support for legislating an Indigenous Voice with a view to pursuing possible constitutional enshrinement in the future.
Join the authors of the report as they take you through their findings on the public consultation process.
Professor Gabrielle Appleby, a professor of public law at the UNSW Faculty of Law & Justice and a member of the Indigenous Law Centre.
Emma Buxton-Namisnyk, a DPhil candidate and Clarendon scholar at the University of Oxford and is Project Manager, UNSW Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous
Dr Dani Larkin (Bundjalung), Deputy Director of the Indigenous Law Centre at UNSW
Tuesday 7 July, 5.30pm