Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultural heritage: Preservation, pressures and workable policy
The Whitlam Legacy – Reflections on Foreign Affairs, Human Rights and International Law
Professor Hilary Du Cros, E. G. Whitlam Research Fellow
A lunchtime symposium delivered at the Whitlam Institute on Tuesday 19 February 2019.
Professor du Cros research presentation included a discussion of the urgent need for up-to-date national mapping of sites of historical and cultural significance for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
A rightful place for the nation in this country: land, truth and treaty in south eastern Australia
r Adam Hughes Henry, E. G. Whitlam Research Fellow
A lunchtime seminar hosted by the Whitlam Institute on Wednesday, 21 November 2018.
Dr Adam Hughes Henry presented a seminar on his research exploring some of the philosophical foundations of the Whitlam approach to human rights and international law. Dr Hughes Henry’s research was responded to by Professor Frank Bongiorno, Emeritus Professor James Cotton, Associate Professor Roderic Pitty and Dr David Lee. A stimulating discussion was moderated by Whitlam Institute Director Leanne Smith.
Professor Heidi Norman presented a symposium on her research into land rights in south eastern Australia, reflecting on the legacy of the Whitlam Government which, she says, was the first government in Australia to seriously take on land rights.