Organisers of a national indigenous constitution summit in Uluru have played down a walkout by several delegates who claim their voices are being ignored.

The controversial Northern Territory Intervention began in a small community near Uluru, and locals say a decade later they still suffer crippling disadvantage.

A treaty is the best mechanism to advance the lives of Aboriginal people, not symbolic constitutional recognition, an Uluru summit delegate says.

As the 50-year anniversary of the groundbreaking 1967 referendum approaches, here's a look at what the campaign achieved for Aboriginal Australians.

The opening ceremony for the National Indigenous Constitutional Convention has kicked off in the central Australian community of Mutitjulu near Uluru.

As the 50-year anniversary of the groundbreaking 1967 referendum approaches, here's a look at what the campaign achieved for Aboriginal Australians.

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