Bridging the Divide: First Nations Foreign Policy By Sarah Leary The Productivity Commission has released its first review of progress on the National Agreement on Closing the Gap. Will Australia’s foreign affairs portfolio respond to the call for change? All Australian governments – and all commonwealth agencies – have obligations under the National Agreement on […]

Sarah Leary appointed as First Nations Foreign Policy Fellow The Perth USAsia Centre has appointed Sarah Leary as its First Nations Foreign Policy Fellow, thanks to a new initiative supported by the Government of Western Australia.  The position, funded through Invest and Trade WA, will elevate indigenous knowledge and perspectives, and the important role Western […]

Australia needs to commit to a bipartisan First Nations Foreign Policy By Sheena Graham and Dr Huon Curtis After the failure of The Voice, Australia needs to commit to a bipartisan First Nations Foreign Policy The recent failure of Australia’s referendum to enshrine an Indigenous Voice to parliament in its constitution is devastating. But from […]

Bridging the gap: localisation and shared decision making in First Nations Foreign Policy By Sarah Leary Australia’s unsuccessful referendum on the Voice to Parliament has clear consequences for Australia’s reputation in the region and how Australia responds will be monitored closely by our neighbours. In explaining the campaign and its key tenets to curious international stakeholders, […]

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