"Frank Brennan, SJ, AO, is a Jesuit priest and a committed advocate for human rights and has won a number of human rights awards. A graduate of The University of Queensland and the University of Melbourne, Brennan was the founding Director of the Uniya Jesuit Social Justice Centre in Sydney. He has written extensively on Aboriginal issues including The Wik Debate, One Land, One Nation and Sharing the Country and publications on civil liberties including, Tampering with Asylum (UQP, 2003) and Acting on Conscience (UQP, 2006). Professor Brennan was awarded an Order of Australia for his services to Indigenous Australians and in 2008 he was appointed by the Australian Government to chair the National Human Rights Consultation. He is currently a law professor at the Public Policy Institute of the Australian Catholic University (based in Canberra)."