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North Sydney, let’s start a Yarn
Conversations around enshrining an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament in the Australian Constitution are currently taking place right across our country as people seek to come to grips with what it means, and we want to engage in this.
It’s time that our 122-year-old Constitution recognises the First People of Australia.
As a nation we will have an important opportunity later this year – to begin to work towards righting a past wrong, by ensuring First Nations people are recognised in our Constitution and that their Voices will forever more be heard directly at the highest level of our Federal Parliament whenever it is seeking to create a law that directly impacts First Nations people.
The Voice needs to be enshrined in the Australian Constitution to ensure it remains a permanent part of our democracy. Given Constitutional enshrinement can only be achieved through a referendum, all Australians of voting age will have the opportunity to have their say as to this proposition at the ballot box later this year.
“Our nation is at a tipping point and this referendum is part of that- I believe we have an opportunity to decide who we want to be as a nation in the future. To me, this referendum is a part of being the best that we can be” Kylea Tink MP.
Join Bridget Cama, Co-Chair of the Uluru Youth Dialogue; Mark Dreyfus KC MP the Federal Attorney-General; Andrew Gee MP, Independent Federal Member for Calare; and Kylea Tink MP, Independent Federal Member for North Sydney, to get more information and have your questions answered.