Constitutional recognition VS Treaty

"Constitutional recognition" is being seen by many as another "sorry" gesture that will not deliver what Indigenous communities deserve. A Treaty is needed.
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Indigenous recognition: we have more diverse views than the official campaign Celeste Liddle For any proposal to be representative, Australians must engage with the full spectrum of Indigenous views on sovereignty – not just the government’s supporters and their critics

Indigenous recognition: we have more diverse views than the official campaign

Indigenous recognition: we have more diverse views than the official campaign Celeste Liddle For any proposal to be representative, Australians must engage with the full spectrum of Indigenous views on sovereignty – not just the government’s supporters and their critics

Why Constitutional Recognition isn't necessarily the answer to improving Indigenous rights. Right now, Australia is the only Commonwealth Nation which does not have a treaty with its Indigenous peoples. Unlike Constitutional Recognition, a treaty is a process of negotiation between parties leading to a settlement. Provisions contained within a treaty could greatly address the current disadvantages faced by many Indigenous people as the government would have obligations to fill including the…

Why Constitutional Recognition isn't necessarily the answer to improving Indigenous rights. Right now, Australia is the only Commonwealth Nation which does not have a treaty with its Indigenous peoples. Unlike Constitutional Recognition, a treaty is a process of negotiation between parties leading to a settlement. Provisions contained within a treaty could greatly address the current disadvantages faced by many Indigenous people as the government would have obligations to fill including the…

Aboriginal Australian lawyer and academic Noel Pearson prepares to speak at the Ideas at the House lecture series at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2014. (AAP Image/Tracey Nearmy) NO ARCHIVING

87% of Indigenous people do not agree on recognition. You'd know if you listened

Aboriginal Australian lawyer and academic Noel Pearson prepares to speak at the Ideas at the House lecture series at the Sydney Opera House in Sydney, Wednesday, Sept. 11, 2014. (AAP Image/Tracey Nearmy) NO ARCHIVING

Why Constitutional Recognition isn't necessarily the answer to improving Indigenous rights. Right now, Australia is the only Commonwealth Nation which does not have a treaty with its Indigenous peoples. Unlike Constitutional Recognition, a treaty is a process of negotiation between parties leading to a settlement. Provisions contained within a treaty could greatly address the current disadvantages faced by many Indigenous people as the government would have obligations to fill including the…

Why Constitutional Recognition isn't necessarily the answer to improving Indigenous rights. Right now, Australia is the only Commonwealth Nation which does not have a treaty with its Indigenous peoples. Unlike Constitutional Recognition, a treaty is a process of negotiation between parties leading to a settlement. Provisions contained within a treaty could greatly address the current disadvantages faced by many Indigenous people as the government would have obligations to fill including the…

Indigenous recognition deserves serious debate. Andrew Bolt shouldn't be part of…

Indigenous recognition deserves serious debate. Andrew Bolt shouldn't be part of it

Indigenous recognition deserves serious debate. Andrew Bolt shouldn't be part of…

Changing the date won’t fix ‘Australia Day’ Until a treaty is negotiated, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will keep mourning in the country of the ‘fair go’.

Changing the date won’t fix ‘Australia Day’ Until a treaty is negotiated, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people will keep mourning in the country of the ‘fair go’.

Celeste Liddle: It's the "Recognise" thing that REALLY gets me ; Rantings of an Aboriginal Feminist

Celeste Liddle: It's the "Recognise" thing that REALLY gets me ; Rantings of an Aboriginal Feminist

Celeste Liddle: The Recognise campaign is proving itself to be little more than a government-sponsored ad removed from grassroots Indigenous opinion

I don't want your Recognise campaign – it's nothing but a sham

Celeste Liddle: The Recognise campaign is proving itself to be little more than a government-sponsored ad removed from grassroots Indigenous opinion

Indigenous Law UNSW ‏@ILC_UNSW Treaty push should replace "Recognise" campaign, says Yolngu leader Yingiya Mark Guyula wants constitutional recognition campaign resources to be redirected towards convincing Australians about the importance of treaties

Treaty push should replace Indigenous Recognise campaign, says Yolngu leader

Indigenous Law UNSW ‏@ILC_UNSW Treaty push should replace "Recognise" campaign, says Yolngu leader Yingiya Mark Guyula wants constitutional recognition campaign resources to be redirected towards convincing Australians about the importance of treaties

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