“Australians choose to change the constitution - we need to activate their agency”
Delivering the 2022 Higinbotham Lecture, activist and constitutional law expert, Professor Megan Davis, laid out the significance of the upcoming referendum on a Voice to Parliament and the impact of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
$1.5m boost for innovative road trauma recovery program
The recovery journey of Victorians impacted by road trauma is set to be improved thanks to a ground-breaking new partnership between RMIT and the Transport Accident Commission.
New meets old as innovative justice moves into Melbourne's Old Magistrates’ Court
Melbourne’s Old Magistrates’ Court, built on the site where high profile trials including those of bush-ranger Ned Kelly and 1920’s gangster ‘Squizzy” Taylor were held, is being re-energised with the arrival of RMIT’s Centre for Innovative Justice (CIJ).
When native title fails: First Nations people are turning to human rights law to keep access to cultural sites
Recently Queensland police recognised the cultural rights of Wangan and Jagalingou people to conduct ceremony under provisions of a Human Rights Act. What does this mean for other Traditional Owners?