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Uluru Statement from the Heart

As the largest consensus of First Nations peoples on a proposal for substantive recognition in Australian history, the road to the Uluru Statement from the Heart is a long one even without mentioning the decades of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander activism that came before it.

The official government website containing short videos, easy to read fact sheets, a community toolkit, resources translated in 16 languages, and resources for First Nations.

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YES 23

What is the 2023 Referendum for?

Why should I vote “Yes” for Constitutional change?

What will change if the “Yes” vote is successful?

Reconciliation SA

Recognition. Respect. Change.

We champion a reconciled and just South Australian society free from racism through education, information, conversation and advocacy.

Together, YES

Together, Yes invites people from all walks of life to gather in small group discussions and engage in an honest reckoning of the harm and injustice of our colonial past; Australia’s history of constitutional indifference; and how a Voice to parliament can make a difference.

Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies

AIATSIS is Australia’s only national institution focused exclusively on the diverse history, cultures and heritage of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Australia.

Closing the Gap

All Australian governments are working with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their communities, organisations and businesses to implement the new National Agreement on Closing the Gap at the national, state and territory, and local levels.

Blackwood Reconciliation Group

Colebrook Reconciliation Park – A Place of Learning and Healing.

Blackwood Reconciliation Group is one of the longest running Reconciliation groups in Australia. 

Living Kaurna Culture Centre

Warriparinga is a unique site in the heart of Marion. It is significant for its Kaurna, European and environmental features. The Kaurna Aboriginal words Warri Parri means “windy place by the river”. Warriparinga is home to the Living Kaurna Cultural Centre, which interprets Kaurna culture and heritage. 

Campbelltown City Council

Campbelltown City Council is developing its third iteration of its Reconciliation Action Plan.

Council have demonstrated their support for the Uluru Statement from the Heart, stating that the Voice to Parliament is a stepping stone of the Statement.

City of Port Adelaide Enfield

An understanding of Kaurna history and knowledge is integral to the history and cultural development of the Port Adelaide Enfield area. Kaurna People have occupied the lands we now know as Port Adelaide for thousands of years, and the region is of great importance for Aboriginal people.