In collaboration with Yes23, Migrant Workers Centre and Islamic Council of Victoria, ECCV is hosting a free two-hour workshop next Saturday, 15 July at Victorian Trades Hall for community leaders and people from migrant and refugee backgrounds to learn about the Uluru Statement from the Heart and why the First Nations Voice to Parliament matters. The workshop will discuss how to engage with multicultural communities in building support for the referendum.
Australia’s First Nations people want to be heard. They are inviting us to walk with them to build a better future by establishing a Voice to Parliament. Australians will be required to vote on this change later this year.
This workshop will focus on:
- The background and history of the Uluru Statement from the Heart
- The Voice to Parliament and the importance of spreading the message to non-Indigenous communities
- How non-Indigenous communities can support with the VOICE referendum
Is the workshop free?
Yes! This workshop is free to join, you MUST register as seats are limited.
Where and when?
Solidarity Hall, Trades Hall
54 Victoria St, Carlton VIC 3053
Saturday 15 July
11am – 1pm
Who is this workshop for?
We encourage all multicultural leaders, union delegates, union organisers from migrant backgrounds, bicultural workers and work rights ambassadors to come along to this workshop.
Facilitator contact details
You can contact Nicole or Jacqui via: