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In My Blood it Runs - Q&A session with producer Professor Larissa Behrendt
Professor Larissa Behrendt and Eddie Cubillo
Water sovereignty, climate futures and the academy: can we heal country on stolen Indigenous land?
Grant Rigney (Ngarrindjeri), Erin O’Donnell, Brendan Kennedy (Tati Tati), Lisa Hocking, Policy and Program Manager, Uncle Lloyd Hood (Gunaikurnai), Tim Paton (Gunaikurnai), Zena Cumpston (Barkandji), Jacqueline Peel and Eddie Cubillo (Larrakia/Wadjigan and Central Arrente).
Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody - 30 years on
Senator Patrick Dodson
Deadly Event Series: Treaty & Truth
Marcus Stewart, Josh Smith and Kirsty Gover
Indigenous Staff Network NAIDOC Week Panel
Aurora Milroy, Julia Hurst, Ngaree Blow and Eddie Cubillo
Laying the Foundations for Treaty
Marcia Langton, Jamie Lowe and Amanda Porter
MLS Masterclass: Policing the Police
Jeremy King, Tamar Hopkins, Crystal McKinnon and Amanda Porter
Black Lives Matter webinar
Larissa Behrendt, Amy McQuire, Alison Whittaker, George Newhouse, Eddie Cubillo and Amanda Porter.
Towards a Reconciled Australia Webinar
Melbourne Law School webinar " Towards a Reconciled Australia - the role of the legal industry" presented on Wednesday 3 June, 2020 as part of National Reconciliation Week 2020.
Treaties and Reconciliation Webinar
Melbourne Law School and ANTaR present "Treaties and Reconciliation", an online webinar delivered on 28 May 2020 as part of National Reconciliation Week 2020.
Canadian Indigenous Over-Representation in Criminal Justice
Professor Thalia Anthony and Mr Jonathan Rudin
Race, Class, Gender and Mass Incarceration
Dr Baz Dreisinger