Voice To Parliament | Cheryl Kickett - Tucker
Is this Australia's pivotal moment? In this episode, host David Karsten is joined by Professor Cheryl Kickett-Tucker to discuss the upcoming Australian referendum on recognising the First Nations people of Australia in the constitution and the potential establishment of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice.
- What is the proposed Voice to Parliament? [01:10]
- How Prof. Kickett-Tucker's community is feeling about the referendum [08:22]
- What would a ‘yes’ vote mean? [11:15]
- How would a ‘no’ vote impact how Australia is perceived? [18:21]
- Prof. Kickett-Tucker's community programs [20:49]
- Prof. Kickett-Tucker on her personal motivations and hopes for the future [33:15]
Connect with our guests
Professor Cheryl Kickett-Tucker AM
Professor Cheryl Kickett-Tucker AM is a Wadjuk Noongar Aboriginal from Western Australia. She is a Research Fellow at Curtin University and Project Director at Koya Aboriginal Corporation.
Her research interests include Aboriginal identity and self-esteem of Aboriginal children, including the development of culturally appropriate instruments for racial identity and self-esteem across the lifespan.
Join Curtin University
This podcast is brought to you by Curtin University. Curtin is a global university known for its commitment to making positive change happen through high-impact research, strong industry partnerships and practical teaching.
Got any questions, or suggestions for future topics?
Behind the scenes
Host: David Karsten
Content creator: Zoe Taylor
Producer and Recordist: Alex Foot
Social Media: Amy Hosking
Executive Producers: Anita Shore
First Nations Acknowledgement
Curtin University acknowledges the traditional owners of the land on which Curtin Perth is located, the Whadjuk people of the Nyungar Nation, and on Curtin Kalgoorlie, the Wongutha people of the North-Eastern Goldfields; and the First Nations peoples on all Curtin locations.
OKAY by 13ounce Creative Commons — Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported — CC BY-SA 3.0 Music promoted by Audio Library.
Curtin University supports academic freedom of speech. The views expressed in The Future Of podcast may not reflect those of Curtin University.