Australian people come from many lands, practise many faiths and speak many languages. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples are the First Peoples of Australia and have lived here for more than 65,000 years. But Australia’s Constitution doesn’t recognise their unique status. This is why later this year, we will be able to consider a change to our Constitution through a Referendum.
All Australians will have a chance to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in our Constitution, through a Voice that will ensure they are heard on issues that affect them. On this page, you will find resources to engage all Australians, no matter what your cultural background is.
Share the Campaign
The Voice to Parliament resources include a fact sheet, a social media toolkit and a video recording to inform Australians about the upcoming referendum and why their vote matters. Access the resources by clicking the buttons below or scroll down the page for specific languages.Factsheets Videos Social Media Toolkit
Voting for The Voice Panel Discussion
Let’s spread the Voice in your language! Learn more about the upcoming Referendum and the resources you can use during this panel discussion.
Together with special guests Thomas Mayo, Shireen Morris, Maria Dimopoulos and Eva Hussain, we talk about what constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples through a Voice to Parliament means and why it is a crucial step on the path to creating a better future.Watch it here
The Voice to Parliament resources have been translated into over 45 languages including Auslan, Arabic, Assyrian, Bengali, Bosnian, Burmese, Chinese (S), Chinese (T), Croatian, Dari, Dutch, Farsi, French, German, Greek, Gujarati, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Khmer, Korean, Macedonian, Malayalam, Maltese, Nepali, Pashto, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Serbian, Sinhalese, Spanish, Somali, Swahili, Tagalog, Tamil, Thai, Turkish, Urdu and Vietnamese.
These resources have been created through a joint effort with Life Without Barriers, Reconciliation Australia, SNAICC – National Voice for our children, the Yes Alliance and Polaron Language Services. You can also find more information at Yes 23, Have Your Say, The National Indigenous Australians Agency and First Peoples Disability Network.