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Moodie N; Ward J; Dudgeon P; Adams K; Altman J; Casey D; Cripps K; Davis M; Derry K; Eades S; Faulkner S; Hunt J; Klein E; McDonnell S; Ring I; Sutherland S; Yap M, 2021, 'Roadmap to recovery: Reporting on a research taskforce supporting Indigenous responses to COVID-19 in Australia', Australian Journal of Social Issues, 56, pp. 4 - 16,

Easteal S; Arkell RM; Balboa RF; Bellingham SA; Brown AD; Calma T; Cook MC; Davis M; Dawkins HJS; Dinger ME; Dobbie MS; Farlow A; Gwynne KG; Hermes A; Hoy WE; Jenkins MR; Jiang SH; Kaplan W; Leslie S; Llamas B; Mann GJ; McMorran BJ; McWhirter RE; Meldrum CJ; Nagaraj SH; Newman SJ; Nunn JS; Ormond-Parker L; Orr NJ; Paliwal D; Patel HR; Pearson G; Pratt GR; Rambaldini B; Russell LW; Savarirayan R; Silcocks M; Skinner JC; Souilmi Y; Vinuesa CG; Baynam G, 2020, 'Equitable Expanded Carrier Screening Needs Indigenous Clinical and Population Genomic Data', American Journal of Human Genetics, 107, pp. 175 - 182,

Davis M; Appleby G, 2019, 'First nations voice', Company Director, 35, pp. 37 - 39

Appleby G; Davis M, 2018, 'The uluru statement and the promises of truth', Australian Historical Studies, 49, pp. 501 - 509,

Davis MJ, 2015, 'Australia’s Reconciliation Process in its International Context: Recognition and the Health & Wellbeing of Australia’s Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander People', Australian Indigenous Law Review, 18

Davis MJ, 2015, 'Closing the Gap in Indigenous Disadvantage: A Trajectory of Indigenous Inequality in Australia', Georgetown Journal of International Law, XVI, pp. 34 - 44

Davis MJ, 2015, 'Indigenous Constitutional Recognition from the Point of View of Self-Determination and Its Exercise through Democratic Participation', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 8, pp. 10 - 14

Davis MJ, 2015, 'Listening but not hearing: When process trumps substance', Griffith Review, pp. 73 - 73

Davis MJ, 2015, 'Seventh Annual Michael Kirby Lecture: Indigenous Australians and the Constitutional Project: The Politics of Discrimination and Why Recognition' is Not Enough', Southern Cross University Law Review, 17, pp. 1 - 1

Davis MJ, 2014, 'Competing Notions of Constitutional Recognition: Truth and Justice or Living ‘off the Crumbs that Fall off the White Australian Tables’?', Papers on Parliament, pp. 113 - 129

Davis MJ, 2014, 'Future Challenges on the Path to Constitutional Recognition', Public Law Review, pp. 233 - 233

Brennan S; Davis M, 2014, 'Koowarta:Constitutional landmark, transition point or missed opportunity?', Griffith Law Review, 23, pp. 79 - 91,

Davis MJ, 2014, 'The Royal Commission and international child rights law', Indigenous Law Bulletin, pp. 19 - 22

Davis MJ, 2013, 'Community control and the work of the national Aboriginal community controlled health organisation:Putting meat on the bones of the undrip?', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 8, pp. 11 - 14

Davis MJ, 2013, 'Speaking Ill of the Dead: A Comment on S 25 of the Constitution', Public Law Review, pp. 231 - 231

Davis MJ, 2012, 'Constitutional Recognition does not foreclose on Aboriginal sovereignty', Indigenous Law Bulletin,

Davis MJ, 2012, 'NARRM Oration 2012 - Aboriginal Women: The Right to Self-Determination', Australian Indigenous Law Review, 16

Davis MJ, 2011, 'A Reflection on the Limitations of the Right to Self-determination and Aboriginal Women', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 7, pp. 6 - 8,;dn=973741426130633;res=IELHSS

Davis MJ, 2011, 'Constitutional reform and aboriginal and Torres Strait islander people: Why do we want it now?', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 7, pp. 8 - 22,;dn=440534634881509;res=IELHSS

Davis MJ; Lemezina , 2010, 'Indigenous Australians and the Preamble: Towards a More Inclusive Constitution or Entrenching Marginalisation', University of New South Wales Law Journal, 33, pp. 239 - 266,;dn=676023811832775;res=IELHSS

Davis MJ, 2009, 'ATSIC and Indigenous Women: Lessons for the Future', Balayi: Culture Law and Colonialism, 10, pp. 73 - 86

Davis MJ, 2009, 'Essay: A Woman's Place', Griffith Review: a quarterly review of writing & ideas, 24, pp. 156 - 162

Davis MJ, 2009, 'International Human Rights Law, Women's Rights and the Intervention', Indigenous Law Bulletin, pp. 11 - 11

Davis MJ, 2009, 'United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples'', Melbourne Journal of International Law, 9, pp. 439 - 471

Davis MJ, 2008, 'Indigenous Rights and the Constitution: Making the Case for Constitutional Reform', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 7, pp. 6 - 8

Davis MJ, 2008, 'Indigenous Women`s Representation and the Proposal for a New National Representative Body', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 7, pp. 6 - 9

Davis MJ, 2007, 'Aboriginal or Institutional Silence?: A Brief Comment on the National Emergency Response to the Anderson Wild Report', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 6, pp. 2 - 3

Davis MJ, 2007, 'How Do Aboriginal Women Fare in Australia Democracy?', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 6, pp. 9 - 11

Davis MJ, 2007, 'Indigenous Policy - Unfinished Business', Australian Journal of Public Affairs, Digest

Davis MJ, 2007, 'Parliamentary Inquiries of Free Trade Agreements and Indigenous Peoples', Journal of Indigenous Policy, 7, pp. 90 - 98

Davis MJ, 2007, 'The Challenges of Indigenous Women in Liberal Democracies', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 7, pp. 20 - 22

Davis MJ, 2007, 'The Recognition of Aboriginal Customary Law and International Law Developments', Indigenous Peoples: Issues in International and Australian Law, pp. 25 - 30

Davis MJ, 2007, 'The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples', Australian Indigenous Law Review, 11, pp. 55 - 63

Davis MJ; Watson N, 2006, '`It`s the same old song`: Draconian Counter-Terrorism Laws and the Deja vu of Indigenous Australians', Borderlands e-journal, 5

Davis MJ, 2006, 'A Culture of Disrespect: Indigenous Peoples and Australian Public Institutions', UTS Law Review, 8, pp. 136 - 154

Davis MJ, 2006, 'International Trade, The World Trade Organisation and the Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples', Balayi: Culture Law and Colonialism, pp. 5 - 30

Davis MJ, 2006, 'Treaty, Yeah? The utility of a treaty to advancing reconciliation in Australia', Alternative Law Journal, 31, pp. 127 - 136

Davis MJ, 2005, 'International Trade Law and Indigenous Peoples: A New Direction in Human Rights Advocacy?', Australian Indigenous Law Review, 8, pp. 16 - 22

Davis MJ, 2004, 'Indigenous Australia and the Australia-United States Free Trade Agreement', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 5, pp. 20 - 23

Williams G; Davis MJ, 2003, 'A Statutory Bill of Rights for Australia? Lessons from the United Kingdom', University of Queensland Law Journal, 22, pp. 1 - 19

Davis MJ, 2003, 'Civics Education and Human Rights', Australian Journal of Human Rights, 9, pp. 236 - 255,

Davis MJ, 2003, 'New Developments in International Advocacy: Amicus Curiae and the World Trade Organisation', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 5, pp. 14 - 17

Davis M, 2002, 'Book Review of `Sceptical Essays on Human Rights` edited by Campbell, KD Ewing and A Tomkins', Adelaide Law Review, 23, pp. 183 - 188

Davis M, 2002, 'New South Wales Bill of Rights Inquiry', Public Law Review, 13, pp. 11 - 14

Davis M, 2002, 'Rights Reluctance: Utilitarianism and the Future of Human Rights in Australia', Drawing Board-An Australian Review of Public Affairs

Davis M, 2002, 'The Awaas Tingni Decision: Case of the Mayagna (Sumo) Awas Tingni Community v The Republic of Nicaragua', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 5, pp. 15 - 17

Davis M, 2002, 'The Awas-Tingni Decision: Case of the Mayagna (Sumo) Awas Tingni Community v The Republic of Nicaragua', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 5, pp. 15 - 18

Davis M, 2002, 'The United Nations Draft Declaration 2002', Indigenous Law Bulletin, 5, pp. 6 - 9

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