9th August 2017

On the 50-year anniversary of the historic 1967 Referendum bringing change to the Australian Constitution, hear from our expert panel to discuss the legal, social and cultural ramifications of the referendums outcome.

Join participating chair Dr. Sandra Phillips retrace the path of 1967 and unpack the events leading up to and beyond the referendum with panel members Uncle Sam Watson, Dr. Chelsea Bond, QUT Law Academic Peter Black and Barrister at Law, Joshua Creamer.

With constitutional change a hot topic in the current political climate, where does this lead us and what can we learn from the past.”

This event is proudly brought to you by Murri-Ailan Way 2017.

Seats will be limited so register your attendance here.

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