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Voice, Treaty, Truth: Why truth comes third?
Join our UNSW NAIDOC Webinar with Professor Megan Davis and special guests: Professor Kate Fullagar, Professor Mark McKenna, and Eddie Synot. Chaired by Professor Gabrielle Appleby, our panellists will explore the role of history and truth in the Uluru Statement from the Heart.

Why does truth come after justice (Voice and Treaty) in the Uluru Statement from the Heart sequence? What role do historians play? Do Australians "know and forget at the same time"?

Join our NAIDOC Week Webinar with Professor Megan Davis and three guests as we explore these questions.

Special guests:

Professor Megan Davis, Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous, Balnaves Chair in Constitutional, Professor of Law at UNSW

Professor Kate Fullagar, a professor of history at Australian Catholic University

Professor Mark McKenna, a professor of history at the University of Sydney

Eddie Synot, lecturer and PhD candidate at Griffith Law School, and Centre Associate at UNSW Indigenous Law Centre

Chaired by Professor Gabrielle Appleby, Professor of Law UNSW.

Hosted by UNSW Office of the Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous

Jul 8, 2021 11:00 AM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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