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Friday, 13 January 2023 11:53

A Voice to Parliament

Referendum 2023

A Voice to Parliament gives the Australian Government the opportunity to make policies with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, rather than for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.


From the Heart

A field campaign to be launched on 23 February.

From the Heart is the coordinating organisation supporting an Indigenous voice to parliament referendum and their campaign will involve recruiting volunteers, door-knockers and grassroots groups.

Download From the Heart campaign toolkit and resources


Looking for information about #referendum2023?

Discover what is meant by Indigenous Constitutional Recognition through a Voice – and what a Voice to Parliament is, and is not. You will also learn why a Referendum is required to make it happen. 

This course explores the first of these proposed reforms: Indigenous Constitutional Recognition through a Voice.

This course will take about 15 – 20 minutes of your time to explore the content.


Explainer: A Constitutionally Guaranteed First Nations Voice -  Macquarie University's Radical Centre Reform Lab - aims to answer common questions and dispels myths about a constitutionally-guaranteed First Nations Voice.

Prime Minister of Australia

30 July 2022

Read the Prime Minister’s address at Garma Festival where he proposed a draft referendum question and constitutional amendments.

The Hon Linda Burney MP, Minister for Indigenous Australians

8 September 2022

Read more about Minister’s plan on the road to the referendum.

Indigenous Voice Co-Design process

July 2021

Read the final report to the Government.

Noel Pearson - Boyer Lectures 2022


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