Multicultural Communities support the Voice

Multicultural Communities support the Voice

The Uluru Statement from the Heart is calling on all Australians to support a First Nations Voice to Parliament by voting Yes in the upcoming referendum. Multicultural community organisations are responding to this call by co-operating across diversities of culture to heal our country and unify our nation. Video are given in Chinese, Greek, Indian, Italian, Sri Lankan, Vietnamese.

Joint Resolution of Multicultural Community Organisations in support of a First Nations Voice referendum

Here is why multicultural communities are supporting the Voice:

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Background to the Multicultural Support for the Voice

I want to thank you for expressing your interest in assisting with the co-ordination of the Multicultural Joint Resolution.

This Joint Resolution represents a strong alliance of multicultural organisations who are uniting to support the upcoming referendum on a constitutionally-guaranteed First Nations Voice.

This referendum transcends left and right and cultural divides. That is why our communities are standing together to support the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
Multicultural community organisations must take a leadership position in raising awareness on the importance of enshrining a First Nations Voice into the Australian Constitution.

You can find all of the signatories, so far, to the Joint Resolution here:

If you have any questions, feedback and/or suggestions, please get in contact with us here:

In the spirit of reconciliation, we acknowledge the traditional custodians of Country on which we stand today, whose cultures and customs have nurtured and continue to nurture these lands and seas since the beginning of time. We acknowledge that sovereignty was never ceded and we pay our respects to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Elders past, present, and future.


Multicultural Australia for the Voice


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