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Why a separate holiday for Indigenous Australians misses the point

Thursday, 27 Sep 2018

CSU Associate Professor of Political Science Dominic O'Sullivan discusses, in The Conversation, why establishing a new national holiday to recognise the achievements of Indigenous Australians misses the point.

Planned closures of charter schools in New Zealand prompt debate about Māori self-determination

Thursday, 30 Aug 2018

CSU political expert Associate Professor Dominic O'Sullivan discusses, in The Conversation, the New Zealand government’s decision to close charter schools, which has prompted criticism from Māori leaders because some schools have predominantly Māori rolls.

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

Thursday, 5 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.

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