Monash Speaker Series: The Voice to Parliament
Professor Luke Beck, Castan Centre member in the Faculty of Law at Monash University will join a Monash Speaker Series event on the Voice to Parliament.
8 May 2023
In recognition of this year’s National Reconciliation Week theme ‘Be a Voice for Generations’, Monash University invites you to be part of a discussion about the Voice to Parliament, including how it will affect Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities and what it means for non-Indigenous Australians, the wider Australian community as a whole.
The panel members include: Teela Reid, a proud Wiradjuri and Wailwan woman and Senior Lawyer, Narelda Jacobs, a proud Whadjuk Noongar woman, journalist, presenter and commentator and Professor Luke Beck, Professor of Constitutional Law and Associate Dean (Education) and Castan Cente member of the Faculty of Law at Monash University.
Jamil Tye, a proud Yorta Yorta man and the Director of the William Cooper Institute at Monash University will moderate the session, as we traverse the history and guiding principles of the Voice to Parliament and consider responses to the referendum question.
Join Monash University on Thursday 25 May at The Count’s on the Clayton campus to learn about our shared histories and to explore how each of us can contribute to achieving reconciliation in Australia. This is a free event and spots are strictly limited, so register now to avoid missing out.