Later this year, all Australians will be asked to vote on a change to our Constitution – to establish a Voice to Parliament. Citizens across the country are turning their minds to the pros and cons.
To help the discussion, a public forum has been organised in Willunga later this month. This session aims to bring you right up to date on the issues including:
– the history of constitutional change as it relates to Indigenous people
– what this proposal entails and how it came about
– views (and counter views) on the risks and benefits of voting Yes or No
– how the newly established SA First Nations Voice can provide guidance
– exactly where we are in the process, and
– what happens next.
A controversial and contemporary topic – to inform, and perhaps challenge, your thinking – in readiness for Australia’s 45th referendum.
Speaker – Megan Hender is a lawyer, turned consultant with an interest in politics, current affairs and Indigenous issues.
Bookings are required at:
4.30pm to 6.00pm on Sunday 28 May
Waverley Park Homestead off St Peters Terrace in Willunga
Enter via the Willunga Golf Course driveway and the building is on the left when you reach the carpark