The Referendum Australia Had to Have

As we discuss recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Australian Constitution, learn about what compelled the nation to make constitutional change in the 1967 Referendum.

It's not easy to change the Constitution. It takes years of campaigning, to win hearts and minds, as well as an army of dedicated people all coming together to form a groundswell of public support.

Learn why it was The Referendum Australia Had to Have.

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Last reviewed: 3 Mar 2017