The Dialogues are a series of meetings of Indigenous Australians, which were held around the country between December 2016 and May 2017.
The purpose was to reach broad agreement on whether and, if so, how, to ‘recognise’ Indigenous Australians in the Australian Constitution. The Dialogues also provided an opportunity for participants to discuss the main options for recognition, understand what they mean, combine or modify existing options and rank options in order of priority.
Hear from Professor Gabrielle Appleby, Associate Professor UNSW, talk about her experience being at the Uluru National Convention.
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