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Racism, citizenship and schooling: why we still have some way to go

Friday, 6 Jul 2018

In The Conversation, CSU political scientist Dominic O'Sullivan warns our political leaders that bubbles are dangerous places from which to make public policy, including on indigenous education.

Australia could look to New Zealand to increase the number of Indigenous academics and students

Thursday, 8 Mar 2018

This article in The Conversation is part of a series exploring ideas for reforming higher education in Australia. CSU's Associate Professor Dominic O'Sullivan was asked to analyse overseas models, innovative ways forward in a digital world, and ideas not yet considered.

Indigenous recognition in our Constitution matters

Monday, 22 Jan 2018

Constitutional recognition is difficult to achieve, according to a CSU political scientist. It requires a referendum to amend the Australian Constitution to receive majority support in a majority of states.

Reconciliation without rights is not true reconciliation

Monday, 31 Jul 2017

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This week I stood at the Aboriginal Tent Embassy in Canberra. It remains a collection of canvas and tin, but it has grown in those years since a handful of young Aboriginal activists planted a beach umbrella and wrote the word 'embassy' on a manila folder to shake a fist at the power on the hill.

A reflection on the importance of language

Thursday, 6 Jul 2017

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Balladhu Wiradjuri Gibir. Dyiramadalinya Badhu Wiradjuri. How reassuring those words sound to me. They feel right. They connect me to a deep ancestry, a tradition and a sense of place that anchors me still. I am a Wiradjuri man. I am proud to be Wiradjuri.

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