A woman with long hair, wearing black rimmed glasses , red lipstick and drop pearl earrings and a black academic gown, lectures at a podium. A Torres Strait Islands flag and slide mentioning 'Peoples - the first of this land' are visible in the background.

The National Library and the Myer Foundation are honoured to host the 2022 Kenneth Myer lecture, with Professor Megan Davis speaking on the Uluru Statement and the referendum to enshrine an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament in the Constitution.

The lecture will be held at the Arts Centre, Melbourne, on Thurs 15 December and is free to the public.

Thursday 15 December 2022
6:30–8:30pm | The Pavilion, Arts Centre Melbourne
6.30pm–7:30pm: Lecture followed by Q&A
7:30pm–8:30pm: Reception
Free but bookings essential here.

Professor Davis is a Cobble Cobble woman of the Barrungam nation, Balnaves Chair in Constitutional Law and Pro Vice-Chancellor Indigenous at the University of New South Wales. She is Co-Chair of the Uluru Dialogue.

The Kenneth Myer Lecture is generously supported by The Myer Foundation.

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