Constitutional Reform Unit
The Constitutional Reform Unit was established in 2011 to provide objective research and analysis about constitutional reform proposals in Australia at the Commonwealth and State levels. It draws on scholarship across Sydney Law School and the University of Sydney to provide expert analysis to the public and the media on constitutional reform proposals in order to raise the level of public debate on such issues in Australia.
- Constitutional Law Symposium - Indigenous Constitutional Recognition
12 June 2015
The Constitutional Reform Unit, in conjunction with the Indigenous Law Centre and the Cape York Institute is holding a symposium on 12 June 2015 at the University of Sydney Law School on the subject of Indigenous Constitutional Recognition. It will examine, in particular, the proposal by the Cape York Institute for the establishment of an Indigenous advisory body.