Professor Megan Davis (Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous and Professor of Law, University of NSW, and Balnaves Chair in Constitutional Law), will be presenting (via Zoom), this year’s Dymphna Clark lecture – The promise of the Uluru Statement from the Heart: The past, the present and future of First Nations Australia – at Manning Clark House, 6pm, 13 October. Professor Davis has served in many fora to support Australia’s First Nation Peoples, including for the Constitutional Recognition of Indigenous Peoples, and, on various United Nations councils and committees. From the early 1950s until 2000, Manning Clark House was the home of highly-respected academics, Professor Manning Clark and his wife, Dymphna Clark, and their family. The venue now serves as a community meeting place, hosting a wide range of events and discussions. Bookings: https://www.trybooking.com/BUEXW See other MCH events: www.manningclark.org.au
Geri Bryant-Badham is a Canberra-based freelance researcher and journalist.
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