Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders
The myth of neutrality and why Australia needs a Voice
Establishing an Indigenous Voice in Australia’s constitution is consistent with a liberal democracy and political equality says a University of Melbourne expert
Replanting the birthing trees
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities are working with researchers to create safe and sacred family spaces, says a University of Melbourne expert
True reconciliation or just history repeating?
As we recognise National Reconciliation Week, we still see the oldest living culture alive being exposed to hatred explain University of Melbourne experts.
Don’t twist the aim of The Voice for political gain
Opponents to the Indigenous Voice are repeating history – using the issue of child protection as a political weapon, says University of Melbourne expert.
Sisters are doing it for themselves
On International Women's Day, University of Melbourne experts say education is central to leadership in social change for Indigenous women’s life outcomes.
Truth, understanding and transformation
The Yoorrook Justice Commission Chair, Professor Eleanor Bourke AM, reflects on the significance of truth telling for reconciliation in the 2022 Narrm Oration.
The fiery curse of conservation
Land-use has driven catastrophic bushfires in Australia. University of Melbourne research says it’s time Aboriginal knowledge owners led their Country to health
Flying the flag for change?
Australian symbols have meaning for us – highlighting past and present colonialism, racism and a different future, say University of Melbourne experts.
The Garma Festival is an invitation to walk and work with the world's oldest living culture, listening deeply with purpose, says University of Melbourne expert.
We are Country
Ensuring culturally safe research isn’t simply acknowledging Country, it's recognising and empowering Indigenous Knowledge, says University of Melbourne expert.