Dr Bede Harris book launch and 'After the voice' discussion

From our event in March 2024, listen to the launch of Dr Harris’ new book Indigenous Peoples and Constitutional Reform in Australia: Beyond Mere Recognition and the panel discussion with Michelle Grattan, Professor Stan Grant Jnr, Dr Bede Harris and Professor Dominic O’Sullivan facilitated by Professor Mark Evans, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research).

An Evening with Stan Grant Jr

In May 2023, Charles Sturt University's Professor of First Nations Belonging, Stan Grant Jr launches his new book reflecting on Australia’s response to Queen Elizabeth II’s passing while considering the continued impact of colonialism on First Nations people.

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Billy Bragg and Stan Grant performance

Stan Grant joined Billy Bragg to perform a special cover of Woody Guthrie's 'I Ain't Got No Home'. On Q&A, March 14, 2023.

Don Aitkin Memorial Lecture 2022

In November 2022, Stan Grant delivered the annual Don Aitkin Memorial Lecture at the University of Canberra. He spoke to the significance of the Uluru Statement from the Heart as a call to be accountable to a higher power than politics: Love.

Saving Democracy

In November 2022, in partnership with the Costa Rican Embassy, Yindyamarra hosted a global cohort of Ambassadors at Charles Sturt University’s Canberra campus. Professor Mark Evans delivered a speech on Saving Democracy followed by a panel facilitated by Stan Grant with Professor Mark Evans, Michelle Grattan AO, and Jack Jacobs.

Yindyamarra Pledge for Democracy

In October 2022, Stan Grant launched the Yindyamarra Pledge for Democracy at Charles Sturt University’s Canberra campus. Stan delivered a speech on Yindyamarra and Professor Mark Evans introduced the audience to the Yindyamarra Pledge, as a call to renew Australian democracy by rooting it in deeper Wiradjuri traditions.

Beaconsfield Podcast

See Jack Jacobs, Yindyamarra Research Fellow, in his latest podcast conversation with Professor Faisal Devji from St Antony’s College, Oxford. They discuss Mahatma Gandhi and his complex relationship with imperialism, violence, revolution, and reform.