Resources - The Voice
Feeling overwhelmed at the vast amount of information on the upcoming referendum? You've come to the right place. Here is a short list of resources that we here at WIN have found helpful & reliable.
We'd love to hear your suggestions too! Message us on our socials with the resources you're loving.
Professor Megan Davis, co-author of the Uluru Statement of the heart, recognises the voice as this first step. The Uluru statement of the heart is the generous invitation from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to the rest of Australia to walk together and achieve a better Australia.
WIN is committed to improving the healthcare and wellbeing of First Nations peoples across Australia and New Zealand. We therefore support the Uluru Statement of the Heart and the formation of the Voice.
"The College of Intensive Care Medicine of Australia and New Zealand ('the College') is committed to ensuring Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have equitable access to intensive care medicine and that the care they receive in intensive care units is delivered in a culturally appropriate and safe way."
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A great neutral resource that outlines the main arguments of both the 'yes' and 'no' cases.
Check out their regular 'Ask the Squiz' podcast episodes - ten minute episodes set to demistify the referendum process & keep you up to date on all things the Voice.
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