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ADM+S Statement of support for the Voice to Parliament

Author  ADM+S Centre
Date 2 October 2023

The ADM+S Centre affirms its support for a First Nations Voice to Parliament to be included in Australia’s Constitution. We recognise the contributions that First Nations people, organisations and communities make to our Centre and to Australian society. We value First Nations communities and their leadership in shaping our research, training, and translation work. Supporting the Voice aligns closely with the ADM+S Centre’s mission to create the knowledge and strategies necessary for responsible, ethical, and inclusive automated decision-making for all Australians.

We acknowledge the diversity of views about Constitutional recognition and the Voice proposal. We encourage all those who work with us to make an informed choice in the coming Referendum.

Visit the Voice to Parliament website to learn more.

Access resources about the Voice Referendum shared by ABC, partner of the ADM+S Centre

  • ABC Podcast: The Voice Referendum Explained
    What is the Indigenous Voice to Parliament referendum all about? Where did the key ideas come from? What it could do for Indigenous Australians, and how it might help or hinder organisations working to close the gap? Fran Kelly and Quandamooka woman Carly Williams will cut through the noise surrounding the upcoming referendum in this new podcast, and give you the information you need when it’s time to vote.
  • ABC iView: The Voice Referendum
    ABC News delivers special converage on the Indigenous Voice to Parliament Referendum.
  • Voices of Australia
    With stories from around the nation by contributors including Dan Bourchier, Isabella Higgins and Bridget Brennan, the series aims to bridge knowledge gaps and tell the story of Australia as we consider Constitutional change.


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