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The Mabo Political Settlement: What became of the social justice package?
2017 presentation by Professor Megan Davis, Pro Vice Chancellor Indigenous, University of New South Wales. No transcript available
Re-thinking Indigenous Learning Support
2016 Lecture Presentation by Professor N M Nakata, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Indigenous Education and Strategy, James Cook University (Transcript)

2016 Lecture Presentation by Professor N M Nakata, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Indigenous Education and Strategy, James Cook University (2016 Lecture Transcript)

Taking up space, taking our place
2015 Presentation by The Hon. Leeanne Enoch MP, Minister for Housing and Public Works and Minister for Science and Innovation. (Transcript)

Recognition, national identity and our future

2014 Presentation by Ms Shannan Dodson, Digital Campaign Manager, Recognise Australia. (2014 lecture transcript)

Mabo and others: products or agents of progress?

2013 Presentation by Dr Bryan Keon-Cohen QC. (2013 lecture transcript)

Mabo 20 years on: did it change the nation?

2012 Presentation by Professor Henry Reynolds. (2012 lecture transcript)

Strengthening our relationships over lands, territories and resources: the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples

2011 Presentation by Mr Mick Gooda, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner. (2011 lecture transcript)

Our identity on our terms

2010 Presentation by Professor Chris Sarra. (2010 lecture transcript)

Climate change from the perspective of the Torres Strait

2009 Presentation by Professor Ross Garnaut, Vice-Chancellor's Fellow and Professorial Fellow in Economics, The University of Melbourne, and Distinguished Professor, The Australian University.

Beyond Mabo: Native Title and closing the gap

2008 Presentation by The Hon. Jenny Macklin MP, Minister for Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs.

The long path to land justice

2006 Presentation by Professor Larissa Behrendt.

Every community needs its place

2005 Presentation by Mr Hugh Mackay.

People, identity and place. A fair go in an age of terror: countering the terrorist threat to human rights and the Australian identity

2004 Presentation by Fr Frank Brennan SJ AO.