Australia, Global Democracy, devolution and governance , Welfare and equalities

How other countries recognise their Indigenous people in their processes of government? Insights for Australia’s Voice to Parliament



This briefing looks at how Scandinavia, South Africa, Canada and New Zealand have made arrangements for the involvement of their Indigenous peoples in their processes of government in an effort to attain insights for Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament.

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