First Nations social enterprise leaders talk Voice, Treaty, Truth
The Uluru Statement from the Heart was released in 2017, as an invitation to Australians to walk towards the future with First Australians. The statement calls for Voice, Treaty and Truth. While the date has not been set, Australians will soon vote on enshrining a Voice in the Constitution.
The social enterprise sector has a shared value of justice, and as debate around the referendum ramps up, people across our field are seeking to better understand and take action.
Social Enterprise Australia is hosting a conversation with two leading First Nations voices in our field about the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the upcoming referendum.
Adrian Appo OAM is a Gooreng Gooreng man from South-East Queensland and Director at Social Enterprise Australia. He’s led a lifetime of social entrepreneurship, is currently the First Nations Lead at an anonymous Trust and serves on multiple boards in the social impact space.
Liandra Gaykamangu is Yolngu woman from Arnhem Land in the Northern Territory, Founder of Liandra Swim, and Executive Director at Enterprise Learning Projects. She also serves on the board of First Australians Capital.
Join us for this important conversation.