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Everything You Need to Know About The Voice


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Two leading constitutional law experts speak about one of the most important subjects in Australia – this year’s referendum on enshrining an Indigenous Voice to parliament and government in the Constitution.

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About the Event

Later this year Australians will cast their ballots in a referendum that, if successful, could usher in a new era of change for Indigenous affairs.

Professor Megan Davis and Professor George Williams AO are two of Australia’s leading legal minds and experts on the constitutional recognition process. They sit down with host Esther Anatolitis to discuss their new book Everything You Need to Know About the Voice, which charts the journey of this nation-building reform from the earliest stages of Indigenous advocacy, and examines the tangible benefits the Voice has to offer all Australians.

Don’t miss this opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the Voice and its significance in shaping the future of our nation.


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About the book

The bookseller for this event is Mary Martin Bookshop.


Megan Davis

Megan Davis is a Cobble Cobble woman from south-west Queensland. She is the Balnaves Chair in Constitutional Law, Director of the Indigenous Law Centre at UNSW Law and Pro Vice Chancellor at UNSW. She designed the regional dialogue method that led to the consensus at Uluru on 26 May 2017 and read t... Read more

George Williams

George Williams AO is the Anthony Mason Professor and a Scientia Professor, as well as a Deputy Vice Chancellor, at UNSW. He was a member of the Australian government’s Constitutional Expert Group that advised on the wording of the Voice referendum and is an author with Megan Davis of Everything Y... Read more

Esther Anatolitis

Esther Anatolitis is the Editor of Meanjin and one of Australia’s most influential advocates for arts and culture. She is Hon A/Prof at RMIT School of Art and a member of the National Gallery of Australia Governing Council. Across two decades Esther has led arts and media organisations across all ... Read more


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