2022 Whitmore Lecture – Professor Megan Davis

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Date(s) - Wednesday, 18 May 2022
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm


We are delighted to invite you to the 2022 Whitmore Lecture, to be delivered by Professor Megan Davis, titled The Uluru Statement from the Heart – the next step for Australian democracy.

The lecture will be held on Wednesday 18 May 2022, 5.30 – 7pm at  Court 1, Level 21, Queens Square Law Courts Building, 184 Phillip Street, Sydney NSW 2000.

The lecture will be simultaneously available via Microsoft Teams to our wider membership and colleagues. We will therefore confirm in-person tickets in due course closer to the date, and dependent on current COVID requirements at that time. Please note that guests attending in-person must be fully vaccinated.

Login details for MS Teams will be emailed to guests on the day of the lecture.

Please Book Online below.

Professor Megan Davis is a professor of constitutional law and holds the Balnaves Chair in Constitutional Law and is Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous at UNSW Sydney. Professor Davis is an Acting Commissioner of the NSW Land and Environment Court.

Professor Davis was a member of the Prime Minister’s Referendum Council and the Prime Minister’s Expert Panel on the Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples in the Constitution. Professor Davis is a globally recognised expert on Indigenous peoples’ rights. Megan was an expert member of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues (2011-2016) and is currently an expert member and Chair of the United Nations Human Rights Council’s Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous peoples (2017-2022). In 2022 Megan will be a co-recipient of the Sydney Peace Prize for the Uluru Statement from the Heart.


Bookings are closed for this event.

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