The Voice to Parliament
The Voice to Parliament is a watershed moment for First Nations people. To be part of the conversation that’s driving historical change in Australia, be informed of the latest news and developments.
Whether you share your thoughts or share with colleagues and students, you’ll help spread the word. Below are some links to find out how you can be informed, get involved and support your Indigenous colleagues and students:
- The University's Voice To Parliament Website
- Explainer on The Voice Referendum
- The Uluru Statement from the Heart
- Indigenous voice co-design process: final report to the Australian Government
- From the Heart: Constitutional recognition course
- Australian First Nations response to the pandemic: A dramatic reversal of the 'gap'
- What is a Voice to Parliament?
- Why is a Referendum needed?
- Supporter Kit for The Voice to Parliament (includes posters,e-sigs)
- How to be a good ally - Summer May Finlay
- Yes campaign
- Write to your MP
- Merchandise - Clothing the Gap
- Merchandise - Voice Makarrata Tees and Supporter Pins
- Noel Pearson - 'Demand for detail on the Voice is a diversion'
- Anne Twomey - A consistutional law explainer on the question the Voice will ask Australians
- Yes campaign - central media
The University of Melbourne affirms their support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the 'yes' position in the referendum. UoM content, information and related events are linked below:
- UoM Statement of Support for the The Voice Referendum
- Don't twist the aim of The Voice for political gain (Professor Cathy Humphries, April 2023)
- Uluru Statement from the Heart (Articles by UoM academics)
- Conversations About The Voice is organised by the Centre for Comparative Constitutional Studies at Melbourne Law School and will explore and explain the proposal to change the Australian Constitution to recognise the First Peoples of Australia.