The Project

A collaboration between Indigenous and non-Indigenous researchers, education experts, performance artists, community members, government and community organisations that sheds light on the little-known history of the 1881 Victorian Parliamentary Coranderrk Inquiry. The project aims to spark public conversations about structural justice and how understanding the relationship between the colonial past and the present can bring about just futures. Read more...

Colonial Christian Missions and their Legacies Conference

Dr. Julie Evans, together with MoE Early Career Indigenous Researcher Lilly Brown, recently spoke at the international conference, Colonial Christian Missions and their Legacies. Read more...

Research

Seeking new ways to understand and conceptualise structural and historical injustice, and consider collaborative ways forward. Read more...

Education

Providing new and engaging ways for students in Victorian secondary schools to think about the nation's history and its legacy, through telling the story of the 1881 Parliamentary Coranderrk Inquiry and examining its local and broader significance. Read more...

Performance

A verbatim-theatre performance Coranderrk: We Will Show The Country that brings to life a remarkable story of justice, dignity and self-determination – retold through the voices recorded at the 1881 Parliamentary Coranderrk Inquiry. Read more...