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26/1/2023

MAGGOLEE WEBINAR: Victorian Local Governments supporting Voice

Join our upcoming Maggolee webinar, hear from Victorian local governments with actions to support the Uluru Statement from the Heart.  We also talk with the From the Heart campaign group to hear plans for the upcoming Voice referendum.

With a referendum coming this year, ReconciliationVictoria talks with Victorian local governments who have formally passed motions and actions to fully support the Uluru Statement from the Heart.

We will also hear from national Voice Campaign Group, From the Heart on campaign plans and how councils can inform constituents about the Voice referendum.

Guest speakers include:  

 

Banyule City Council                 Zali Mifsud, First Nations Lead Advisor

Bayside City Council                 Leanne Pearson, Reconciliation Project Officer

City of Greater Geelong            Julie Saylor-Briggs, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Snr Policy Officer

From the Heart                          Emily Holm, National Field Organiser

 

This webinar aims to inspire and inform councils about how they can support a Voice to Parliament both through commitments and actions.


When:       Wednesday 15 February, 2:00– 1:30pm.
Where:      Online

 

Register here.

 

Reconciliation Victoria acknowledges the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Victoria, and recognises First Peoples continuing connection to lands, waters, and community.

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MAGGOLEE WEBINAR: Victorian Local Governments supporting Voice
MAGGOLEE WEBINAR: Victorian Local Governments supporting Voice

Join our upcoming Maggolee webinar, hear from Victorian local governments with actions to support the Uluru Statement from the Heart.  

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