CDU Voice to Parliament lecture
|Presenter||Professor Reuben Bolt|
Mal Nairn Auditorium, Casuarina Red 07.1.04
|Open to||CDU staff and students, Public|
Join CDU Deputy Vice-Chancellor of First Nations Leadership and Engagement, Professor Reuben Bolt and CDU Dean of Law Dr Alan Berman, as they co-present on the Voice to Parliament.
Dr Berman will address the process of enshrining a First Nations Voice to Parliament in the Australian Constitution, including what the constitution is, what a referendum is, how a referendum work, and how a referendum succeeds.
Professor Bolt will be addressing what the First Nations Voice to Parliament means to many First Nations peoples and the importance of understanding the cultural load and impact it has on First Nations peoples.
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