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In 2001, the University of Sydney, in collaboration with the Koori Centre, launched an annual oration by a leading spokesperson within the field of Indigenous and non-Indigenous race relations. The Dr Charles Perkins AO Memorial Oration was established with the full support of the Perkins family and in acknowledgement of his tireless dedication to human rights and social justice for Indigenous Australians.

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Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 16 of 16
PreviewIssue DateTitleAuthor(s)
7-Nov-2018Truth tellingBurney, Linda
27-Oct-2017Re-setting the relationship: why we need constitutional changeAnderson AO, Pat
4-Nov-201650 years back – 50 years forwardBrowning, Daniel; Burney, The Hon. Linda; Wyatt AM, The Hon. Ken; McCarthy, Senator Malarndirri; Weston, Richard; Houston, Professor Shane
9-Dec-2015Whose voices shape reform: politicians or other people?Gooda, Mick
30-Oct-2014Turning community action into national policyOscar, June
17-Oct-2013Youth in our communityPhilips, Shane
25-Oct-2012Mabo The Man and Eddie Mabo as Principle Plaintiff: Tragedy and Triumph’Mabo, Gail; Keon-Cohen, Bryan
2011I am not a victimHouston, Shane
28-Oct-2010Vetting, Vehicles and Vision: The National Congress of Australia’s First PeoplesArabena, Kerry Dr
22-Oct-2009Charles Perkins: Liberty, Fraternity and EqualityBriscoe, Gordon
23-Oct-2008'Still Riding for Freedom' – An Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Human Rights Agenda for the Twenty First CenturyCalma, Tom
23-Oct-2007Whose national emergency? Caboolture and Kirribili? or Milikapiti and Mutitjulu?Scrymgour, Marion
26-Oct-2004Activism, leadership and the new challenges for Indigenous CommunitiesSmith, Linda Tuhiwai; Lord, Sue
2003"Best Buys" and "Trained Monkeys"Anderson, Ian
4-Oct-2002A New Deal? Indigenous development and the politics of recoveryLangton, Marcia
26-Oct-2006Aboriginal health over two decades 1986-2005: the highs and lowsEades, Sandra
Collection's Items (Sorted by Submit Date in Descending order): 1 to 16 of 16