When disrespect comes in the form of injury, mistreatment, and is systemic in existing governance arrangements, where does responsibility lie? Join our panel as it discusses the experience of refugee migrants at the hands of the state, the question of… Continue Reading →
The Institute stands on the customary lands of the Wurundjeri people. We recognise the systematic violence that resulted in Wurundjeri being dispossessed and displaced from this land. We acknowledge that this displacement was replicated across Australia and that many Aboriginal people living in Melbourne today hail from other places. We honour the distinctive cultures, histories, and aspirations of Aboriginal people. We stand in solidarity with Aboriginal struggles for social justice and empowerment.