Megan Davis on what’s next for the Voice

When a Voice to Parliament was first proposed in the Uluru Statement from the Heart – it was dismissed by then-prime minister Malcolm Turnbull.
It seemed possible the proposal might never be put in front of the Australian people.
But Australians could soon get to vote in a referendum and we will be asked whether Australia should amend its constitution to create an Indigenous Voice to parliament.
Today, someone who has spent years working towards constitutional recognition: chair in constitutional law at the University of NSW, Megan Davis.

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Guest: Chair in constitutional law at the University of NSW, Megan Davis.