An Australian university is being accused of trying to rewrite history by encouraging students to refer to the arrival of British colonists as an "invasion."
A terminology guide from the University of New South Wales says "Australia was not settled peacefully, it was invaded, occupied and colonised."
It also tells students to use terms like "Indigenous Australian peoples" or "Torres Strait Islander peoples" to describe the groups that were there when the British arrived.
Although not everyone agreed, such as model and TV presenter Jesinta Campbell.
"When you look at our Australian history, it is written from the perspective of a white man, so of course, from white people, we see that Australia was settled. But from our indigenous people's perspective, it probably was invaded," said Campbell.
Australia has been in this sort of discussion for a while. Recently, groups protested Australia Day, saying the national holiday actually marks the invasion of the country.