History is Calling: A Voice to Parliament Event
You’re invited to join the once in a generation 'History is Calling: A Voice to Parliament Event' on 18 September at our Clayton Campus.
1 September 2023
This is your chance to sharpen your understanding of the upcoming referendum, share your powerful voice and join in this significant conversation with the Monash community.
Date: Monday 18 September,
Time: 12:30-3pm Monday 18 September
Venue: Monash University, Clayton, Northern Plaza, 21 Chancellors Walk, (outside the food courts), Clayton VIC 3168
Experience powerful keynote addresses from esteemed Indigenous leaders and advocates such as Thomas Mayo, Eddie Betts and Professor Megan Davis as well as experience the live music of Australian icon Paul Grabowsky AO. This event is your unique opportunity to participate in a variety of engaging activities to elevate your understanding of what you can do for the Voice.
Lunch will be provided for all of our guests.
Places are limited, so please book your spot here
Artwork by Olive Snell.
Researchers at the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law continue to compile timely factsheets, articles, publications, and multimedia content on our First Nations Voice to Parliament Resources Website. This resource space is focused on supporting and responding to the Uluru Statement from the Heart, offering easily accessible public educational materials and thorough legal analyses to keep you well-informed throughout this year. We work closely with the William Cooper Institute and Monash University to highlight our contributions to a democratic referendum. For more information on Monash University’s commitment see monash.edu/voice.