The Voice to Parliament Panel with Thomas Mayo and Kerry O’Brien, hosted by Dr Norman Swan
In recognition of NAIDOC week, we had the pleasure of facilitating a thought-provoking discussion about The Voice referendum. Hosted by our co-founder, Dr Norman Swan, this exclusive interview with The Voice to Parliament Handbook authors, Thomas Mayo and Kerry O’Brien, aimed to enlighten and educate us about this historic event and its profound significance for all Australians. The launch of their book is timed as interest and discussion in the referendum builds and acts as a clear and simple guide for the millions of Australians supporting the Uluru Statement from the Heart, helping them better understand what a Voice to Parliament truly means.
The discussion provides valuable insights on how to actively participate in this movement and spark impactful conversations with friends and family. It’s not just about raising awareness; it’s about empowering every Australian to play a role in shaping the future of our nation.
How you can get involved to support the Yes campaign:
- Support the campaign and elevate your impact by visiting https://www.yes23.com.au/ to explore their merchandise collection that not only contributes the cause but enhances visibility within your community
- Find support groups in your area, and get inspired by the community activities they have planned – plus, if you notice a gap, take the opportunity to start your own and make a meaningful impact
- Head over to https://www.togetheryes.com.au/ and initiate a kitchen table conversation, don’t underestimate the transformative impact of engaging people in respectful and honest dialogue – it’s through these seemingly small interactions that real and lasting change happens