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Did you know that on this day in 1967, Australians went to the polls and overwhelmingly supported the alteration to the Australian Constitution to count First Peoples in the population? Historic. 

Join us for an IG Live at midday today (AEST) as our Uluru Youth Dialogue Co-Chairs Allira Davis and Bridget Cama talk to Aunty Pat Anderson AO and Prof Megan Davis about their reflections on the 2023 Voice Referendum.

Did you know that on this day in 1967, Australians went to the polls and overwhelmingly supported the alteration to the Australian Constitution to count First Peoples in the population? Historic.

Join us for an IG Live at midday today (AEST) as our Uluru Youth Dialogue Co-Chairs Allira Davis and Bridget Cama talk to Aunty Pat Anderson AO and Prof Megan Davis about their reflections on the 2023 Voice Referendum.
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26 May marks National Sorry Day. 

Today, we honour survivors of the Stolen Generations, who were subject to official past policies and laws that allowed for Aboriginal children to be forcibly removed from their families and communities in the 20th century, simply for being Aboriginal. 

It also marks the handing down of the Bringing Them Home report and is a reminder to all Australians wanting a better future to walk together and demand action for structural reform. Nothing about us, without us 💜

26 May marks National Sorry Day.

Today, we honour survivors of the Stolen Generations, who were subject to official past policies and laws that allowed for Aboriginal children to be forcibly removed from their families and communities in the 20th century, simply for being Aboriginal.

It also marks the handing down of the Bringing Them Home report and is a reminder to all Australians wanting a better future to walk together and demand action for structural reform. Nothing about us, without us 💜
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Join us Monday at 12pm AEST for an IG Live conversation with Pat Anderson AO and Professor Megan Davis.

Join us Monday at 12pm AEST for an IG Live conversation with Pat Anderson AO and Professor Megan Davis. ...

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