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'Today, I have been asked to honour a remarkable Australian in this Judith Wright Address by talking about reconciliation, an ideal, and a process to which she contributed much. As it has become defined over the last decade, true reconciliation is a mosaic of many strands, including social justice and equity; recognition of Indigenous peoples' cultures, traditions and rights - including Native Title; mutual respect and a shared common future; and formal settlement of 'unfinished business' through negotiation of a treaty or agreement. Today I want to mainly discuss the treaty issue as this was especially close to Judith Wright's heart and was the focus of much of her work. My fellow Board member and Co-Chair of Reconciliation Australia, Fred Chaney, will comment later on the relationship of these issues to Native Title.' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Balayi no. 4 2002 12169342 2002 periodical issue 2002 pg. 35-43
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