Voice to the Parliament: Voice to the World

Henry Reynolds is one of our most eminent historians. His pioneering research exposed the catastrophic violence of settler colonisation in Australia and the resistance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. He is the author of many books and papers on the history of the frontier wars and their constitutional and legal context, initiating the process of Truth Telling in Australia.
In Voice to the Parliament: Voice to the World, Professor Reynolds draws on new writing to address the current debates on the coming Referendum, including neglected and little understood aspects of indigenous rights, from the first international convention to the historic struggle of Aboriginal rights campaigners in Australia.  


DATE: Sunday 7 May 2023
TIME: 2.00 pm to 4.30 pm
VENUE:The Bragg Lecture Theatre
University of Adelaide
(Adj. to the Barr Smith Lawns)
Victoria Drive entrance

This event is kindly supported by:The Public Law and Policy Research Unit. University of Adelaide.
The South Australian History Festival

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May 07 2023


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2:00 pm - 4:30 pm

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