Reconciliation Victoria at the Centre Ivanhoe, Breakfast at This year’s theme for National Reconciliation Week is ‘Be a Voice for Generations’ and provides a great opportunity to learn more about The Voice to Parliament ahead of the referendum later this year.
The Breakfast will bring together reconciliation supporters and champions to launch National Reconciliation Week and focus on the theme: Be a Voice for Generations. Hearing from First Nations leaders on voting YES for a Voice to Parliament in the Referendum.
The Breakfast celebrated and recognised Victorian local governments as well as supporting First Peoples’ voices and partnerships, as they presented Reconciliation Victoria’s Maggolee Awards.
Special guest speaker, Aunty Jill Gallagher AO shared her personal stories and spoke about history of the trauma and struggle of First Nations people to be recognised and to be respected.
Please take the time to learn more about the Uluru Statement from the Heart and The Voice to Parliament via the Uluru Dialogue (https://ulurustatement.org/)
And the Australian Government’s Voice education campaign (https://voice.gov.au/)
Listen to Welcome to Country by Elder Uncle Andrew Gardiner
Listen to speeches by Jill Gallagher AO.
Gabrielle Williams MP for Mental Health, and Treaty & First Peoples.