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The endless Intervention:

First Nations speak out!

Sydney Protest & Online Conference



Recordings from the Conference


Session 1 - The perspective of politicians
Sun, 20 June 2021, 11 am

Mongunu Ian Gumbula, Daywurrwurr Gupapuyŋu, Yolŋu Elder, from both northeast and southeast Arnhem Land, NT
Dorinda Cox, Yamatji Noongar Bibbulmun woman from Western Australia rights
Dr Thalia Anthony, Professor Faculty of Law, UTS
Paddy Gibson, Senior Researcher, Jumbunna Institue for Indigenous Education & Research, UTS




Session 2 - The perspective of people living under the laws and those working with them
Sun, 20 June 2021, 1:30 pm

Elaine Kngwarraye Peckham, Apmereke-artweye of Mparntwe – a Senior Central Arrernte Custodian, NT
Amelia Kunoth-Monks, Rosalie’s granddaughter
Kumanjayi Bunbadgee Hodder Watt, Lardil man from Gununa/Mornington Island




Session 3 - The perspective of policy reviews
Sun, 20 June 2021, 04:00 pm

Aunty June Gunluckiinimul Mills, Larrakia Elder and traditional owner of Larrakia land, NT
Jon Altman, Emeritus professor at ANU and adjunct professor at UTS Jumbunna Institute for Indigenous Education and Research
Eva Cox, adjunct professor attached to Jumbunna UTS with a long background in research and policy advocacy
Kendall Trudgen>, Yingiya Guyula’s campaign manager at the 2016 NT Election




Session 4 - The way forward and wrap up
Mon, 21 June 2021, 07:00 pm

Barbara Rachael Shaw, Kaytetye-Arrernte and Warlpiri-Warramungu woman, Mount aNancy Town Camp, Mparntwe, NT
Greg Marks, Canberra based writer and researcher specialising in international law and Indigenous rights
David Shoebridge, Greens MP and Aboriginal Justice Spokesperson
John Rawnsley LLB, BAIS, GDLP, Larrakia and Anmatjerre, NT
Celeste Liddle, Arrernte woman, unionist, feminist and writer/span>