Published - 15 February 2013
With Leadership woes of the Australian Labor Party and five years acknowledgement of Kevin Rudd’s historic speech, NITV's Stan Grant gains an exclusive interview with the former Prime Minister. He became the first national leader to apologise for the suffering of Indigenous Australia’s stolen generations and finally the word sorry was no longer too hard to say. But how much has changed? Indigenous communities are beset by crisis policies which are framed by the intervention. With calls today for Kevin Rudd to challenge the current Prime Minister for the leadership of the Australian Labor party, Kevin Rudd openly discusses the "sorry speech", the future of Indigenous policy and the future of a man many claim still want to lead this country.