Nicholas Klomp and Michelle Grattan discuss the week in politics.
Bodies established around the world to hear 'black' voices have an enduring problem: they advise, but are rarely – if ever – heard.
Implicit in Malcolm Turnbull’s and Bill Shorten's arguments that an Indigenous 'voice to parliament' would be a big change is the notion that it may be too difficult.
At Uluru, Indigenous representatives from across Australia will aim to reach consensus on what constitutional recognition means to them.
The longer the process of recognising Indigenous Australians in the Constitution goes on, the more debate is likely to split and fracture.