Allies for Uluru, everyone is invited on 14 June!
Image: A red poster the the 'Understanding the Voice' town hall details, two photos of women, and three logos; Allies for Uluru, Uluru Statment and Yes campaign.
Through our partnership with the Allies for Uluru, Life Without Barriers is collaborating with a range of other not-for-profits to offer a special Town Hall event about the Voice to Parliament for our staff, carers, family and friends and extended community. The ‘Understanding the Voice’ Community Town Hall will be held on Wednesday, 14th June, from 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm AEST, and everyone is invited.
This is a chance for the community to come together, learn, and engage in a constructive conversation about the Voice Referendum and its impact.
The Voice is a key reform in the Uluru Statement from the Heart which asks all Australians to recognise the rightful place of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in their own country by establishing and enshrining a First Nations Voice in the Constitution.
Image: The Uluru Statement from the Heart surrounded by signatures and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art work.
Hear renowned Arrernte and Kalkadoon director, writer and producer Rachel Perkins talk about why constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples through a Voice to Parliament is a crucial step on the path to creating a better future.
This is an opportunity to ask questions, share feedback and learn about ways to engage in your local communities.
Claire Robbs, Life Without Barriers Chief Executive, encourages everyone to join the Town Hall and take advantage of this excellent opportunity to get informed ahead of the referendum later this year.
"If you're unsure about the Voice to Parliament, if you have found the media coverage confusing or if you just need more information, this is a great forum to join. I highly recommend you register and encourage the people around you to do so as well – it is free and open to everyone."
What is Allies for Uluru?
The Allies for Uluru Coalition is made up of more than 200 community, non-government and corporate organisations from across the country that have come together to support the implementation of the Uluru Statement from the Heart, starting with the establishment of a First Nations Voice to Parliament enshrined in the Constitution.
Claire Robbs, Life Without Barriers Chief Executive, is a strong supporter.
“We embrace the Uluru Statement in its entirety and support the Voice to Parliament as an important first step in truly shifting reconciliation in this country." Said Ms Robbs.
"Life Without Barriers will continue to be accountable as a partner in the Allies for Uluru and unite to support Australians in their understanding of how our country can thrive with the proper recognition and self-determination of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.”
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