This event is about providing a space for the disability community to share, learn and stay informed about the Voice to Parliament.
Image: Five people wearing black t-shirts with 'yes' written in hearts. 'Have your say' is written in the top left corner.
First Peoples Disability Network (FPDN) are working hard to ensure that all Australians with lived disabilities are empowered to make an informed decision about an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament.
Have Your Say's goal is for Australians living with disabilities to be informed about the process and facts about an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament.
Have Your Say Naarm (Melbourne) is a catered event that will feature a Welcome to Country, live music, Auslan interpreters and speakers FPDN CEO Damian Griffis, Life Without Barriers Chief Innovation Officer Emma Bennison, Journalist Jeff Macmullin and Indigenous disability rights advocate Daniel Macdonald.
There will be representatives from the First Peoples Disability Network, Disability Advocacy Network Australia - DANA, Inclusion Australia, Council for Intellectual Disability, Life Without Barriers, Cerebral Palsy Alliance, People with Disability Australia and others from across the disability community in Melbourne/Naarm helping the community to stay informed.
Date: Monday, 11 September
Time: 6:30pm - 9:30pm
RSVP: Email email@example.com
Image: #HaveYourSay Naarm event flyer image. Please note there is an accessible PDF version in the resource section at the end of this article.
You can also find accessible resources for inclusive Voting for the Voice here:
You can download the Auslan Social Media Toolkit here.
You can download the Easy Read Social Media Toolkit here.
You can download the Easy Read Factsheet here.
You can download the Plain Language Social Media Toolkit here.
You can download the Plain Language Factsheet here.
Video description: TVC cast for the First Peoples Disability Network Auslan commercial to raise awareness about The Voice to Parliament for people with disabilities. They are wearing black t-shirts with 'yes' written in love hearts. The video has mostly no sound and is in Auslan.
Learn more: www.haveyoursay.net
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We are committed to ensuring all voting Australians have the information they need to make an informed choice.