The Expert Panel Report - 2012
The Joint Select Committee on Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples Act of Recognition Review Panel
Australian Law Students’ Association Winter Reporter 2012 - 'Constitutional Recognition of the Rights of Australian Indigenous Peoples'
RecVic's Briefing Papers on Constitutional Recognition:
RecVic's summary and position statement in reponse to the Aboriginal Open Community Meeting - February.
RecVic Briefing Paper on the Joint Select Committee's Final Report - June 2015
RecVic's Briefing Paper on the Joint Select Committee's Interim Report - August 2014
Background Briefing Paper: March: Briefing Paper 2014.
Rec Vic's Submission to the Joint Select Committee February 2014 'Submission to the Joint Select Committee on Constitutional Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples: "Considering the issue of ‘positive purpose’, ‘advancement’, beneficial policy”'.
The National Congress of Australia's First Peoples has a flyer which can be downloaded here.
The Victorian Aboriginal Child Care Agency has a flyer which has detailed information on the proposal.
There has been some great work done to develop resources for students to learn more about constitutional recognition.
Recognise - School's Kit
Reconciliation South Australia - School's Information Packs
Local Groups - Community Advocacy:
Shepparton Reconciliation Group and Geelong One Fire Reconciliation Group both received funding from Recognise to deliver awareness raising programs about constitutional recognition in their local areas.
"Does Constitutional Reform Negate Aboriginal Sovereignty?" Sydney Opera House, September 13, 2012.
"Constitutional Recognition of Australia's First Peoples: Sell Out Or Stepping Stone?", Melbourne Town Hall, May 30, 2013
"Act of Unity" View ABC Insiders report on this historic event, 17th February 2013