The Uluru Statement from the Heart outlines a way forward for recognising First Nations in Australia’s Constitution. SBS Radio – in consultation with the Uluru Dialogue – is sharing the Uluru Statement from the Heart with multicultural communities by translating it into more than 60 languages, available now as a podcast and in written form.
SBS has made the Uluru Statement from the Heart available in over 60 languages to continue the national dialogue with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse communities in their own languages. In May 2017, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander delegates came together at the First Nations National Constitutional Convention near Uluru and adopted the Uluru Statement from the Heart. The Statement provides a roadmap for recognising First Nations in Australia’s Constitution, proposing structural reform on three fronts; Voice, Treaty and Truth. It followed a two-year deliberative dialogue designed and led by 13 First Nations Regional Dialogues and was adopted by 250 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander delegates. It seeks to establish a relationship between Australia’s First Nations peoples and the Australian nation based on truth, justice and self-determination to move forward towards reconciliation, without ceding sovereignty.
To Hear the Uluru Statement from the Heart in your language, go here
Know more about the dialogue process behind the Uluru Statement from the Heart, where First Nations peoples from across Australia discussed ideas for change and voiced many different points of view.
For further information please visit the official Uluru Statement from the Heart website at www.ulurustatement.org