Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/2440/108923
Type: Journal article
Title: Refining the model for constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
Author: Stubbs, M.
Citation: Public Law Review, 2015; 26(3):9-12
Publisher: Thomson Reuters Australia
Issue Date: 2015
ISSN: 1034-3024
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Matthew Stubbs
Abstract: The final report of the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples (JSC), [1] released on 25 June 2015, contributes to refining the model that will eventually be put at a referendum. Reflecting the unanimous views of its members, the JSC's report represents a significant multi-party political consensus. While ultimately leaving a choice still to be made between three models, the JSC has advanced the national discussion through its key conclusion that there must be constitutional protection against adverse legislative discrimination for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Its report also brings us closer to a model that balances principle and pragmatism.
Keywords: constitutional recognition
ATSI Peoples
Rights: © Thomson Reuters Australia
Published version: https://www.westlaw.com.au/maf/wlau/app/document?docguid=Ifcf1fa0f51e711e59774dfc991d0b195&tocDs=AUNZ_AU_JOURNALS_TOC&isTocNav=true&startChunk=1&endChunk=1
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