Gregory Phillips is from the Waanyi and Jaru peoples, and comes from Cloncurry and Mount Isa. He is a medical anthropologist, with thirty years’ experience in leading change in cultural safety, healing and decolonisation.
Gregory is Chief Executive Officer of ABSTARR Consulting, is a Professor of First People’s Health, and serves on several boards and committees, including chairing the Ebony Institute, the Cathy Freeman Foundation and AHPRA’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health strategy group.
True Reconciliation Requires a Treaty
Peter Sutton, George Williams, Mick Dodson, Mark Yettica-Paulson, Michael Williams, Gregory Phillips, Tony Birch
In Five. A Gala Debate on 2020.
Marita Cheng, Gregory Phillips, Annabel Crabb, Simon Overland, George Megalogenis, Eva Cox
Questions on notice
Abdul Abdullah, Benjamin Law, Alan Duffy, Graeme Innes, Gregory Phillips, Kristin Alford, Maggie Ryan Sandford, Mark Colvin, Mary Norris, Nakkiah Lui, Sammy J, Tom Elliott, Upulie Divisekera, Michael Williams
When is Australia racist? Questions of difference and fairness
Abdul Abdullah, Nakkiah Lui, Gregory Phillips, Voranai Vanijaka, Benjamin Law
Would it advantage Australia by changing the names of our capital cities to their Indigenous language names? Gregory Phillips
What’s the ‘good’ in the good fight? Questions for ethical thinking in strange times
Raimond Gaita, Anne Summers, Gregory Phillips, Alan Duffy, Mark Colvin