Hugh de Kretser explains why a bill of rights is an essential part of maturing Australia's human rights culture.
Children's book illustrator and artist Bronwyn Bancroft speaks to Leesa Lambert about the stories and ideas behind he...
What are we doing to combat racism? And how can we learn from past mistakes?
Considering political responses to Indigenous rights, Sarah Marland tries to understand why governments have been fai...
Philip Morrissey joins Ramona Koval to discuss Kim Scott's award-winning modern classic, That Deadman Dance.
Bill Gammage discusses the insightful, holistic way in which Aboriginal Australians managed their land.
Join us for a celebration of McSweeney's 41 - a survey of contemporary Australian Aboriginal fiction - with its edito...
Judge John Smallwood discusses the County Koori Court: its mechanisms, successes and the role of community elders.
Join PEN for a broad exploration of Indigenous playwright Tracey Rigney's work including her new play, Slow Awakening.
In a marathon session, Paul Keating talks cultural vision, reconciliation, reform and creativity with Robert Manne.
Our panel considers the complexity of indigenous affairs in Australia: its losses, successes and future challenges.
Sarah Maddison explores Australia's guilt over its brutal past and the transformative opportunity it offers.
Larissa Behrendt addresses key flaws in Australia's attempts to tackle Indigenous disadvantage.
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