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Overview | The Voice for Generations

Why do we need a First Nations Voice?

A Voice to Parliament will give Indigenous communities a route to help inform policy and legal decisions that impact their lives. Giving people a say will lead to more effective results.

Embedding a Voice  in the Constitution would recognise the special place of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in Australia’s history, but importantly would also mean that it can’t be shut down by successive Governments.


An Indigenous Voice To Parliament | Frank Brennan

This book by Frank Brennan, a human rights lawyer, presents a balanced view of both sides of the debate about the Voice to Parliament.


The Voice to Parliament Handbook | Thomas Mayo and Kerry O'Brien

The Voice to Parliament Handbook is a guide for Australians who would like to support the Uluru Statement from the Heart and want to understand  what a Voice to Parliament means.

Australia is preparing for a referendum on the Indigenous Voice to Parliament, a new group in federal parliament recognised in the constitution whose job is to advise the government on laws and policies affecting First Nations people.

National Reconciliation Week 2023: Be A Voice for Generations

Indigenous voice to parliament: what is it and how would it work?

Uluru Statement from the Heart




1967 Referendum

Yarra Rangers Council Supports Voice to Parliament

Qantas Supports Voice to Parliament