Indigenous Peoples and the Law

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'Incarceration Nation' screening and discussion on ACT's next steps

UPDATE: The venue for this event has changed to the Kambri Cinema.

Presented by The Australian National University (ANU) College of Law, Law Reform and Social Justice Initiative and Documentary Australia Foundation, we invite you to join us for a screening of the acclaimed documentary Incarceration Nation followed by a panel discussion.

True Justice: Deep Listening to equip ANU Law students with First Nations knowledge

Q&A with Associate Professor Anthony Hopkins, author of ‘Belonging – A Novel’

Human rights charter in Australia long overdue, says ANU Law scholar

Indigenous Politics, Art and Law

Clinical program inspires ANU Law student to call for closing the gap of overcrowding

How my Aurora Project internship deepened my understanding of native title

HDR/ECR Masterclass: Research methods in law, culture and identity

This Masterclass will explore how to undertake ground-breaking research on the complex relationship between culture and law. The rule of law requires that like cases be treated alike. But what does this mean when it comes to cultural differences? How should cultural context be accounted for in law-making and judicial decision-making? When law refuses to consider cultural claims, is it repressive because it forces assimilation? The central normative question is whether the law ought to follow a policy of assimilation or one of accommodation.

National Reconciliation Week 2019: Celebrating courage and moving beyond myths


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