Indigenous advocacy groups fight for constitutional reform


Indigenous advocacy groups are leading the growing movement to introduce a referendum in support of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander recognition in the Australian Constitution. Advocacy groups want to insert clauses into the Constitution which recognise indigenous peoples as the first occupants of the country. However, some commentators claim the movement is “white hope” which pushes land rights and treaty issues off the agenda.


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