Seventy years since the Commonwealth of Nations was formed to maintain a “free and equal” association between former British colonies, the rise of populism, Brexit and other fast-moving changes have set traditional alliances wavering. 

Indigenous Australian writer Melissa Lucashenko, Malaysian writer Bernice Chauly and New Zealand poet Selina Tusitala Marsh feature in the new Commonwealth Now edition of the Australian Griffith Review

They reflect on the past and consider future commonalities with Griffith Review editor Julianne Schultz.

Friday 09 Mar


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