Uluru Youth Network
Who are the Uluru Youth?
The Uluru Youth are a collective group of young First Nations peoples who support the Uluru Statement from the Heart and a First Nations Voice to Parliament enshrined in the Constitution. We stand by the mandate of the Uluru Statement for Voice, Treaty and Truth.
We are a diverse group of young people between 18 and 30 years old. We come together from all different boundaries, waterways and lands, standing tall on our ancestors' shoulders, passionate about the common goal of continuing the fight of our old people, for a better future for our mob, communities and nation as a whole.
Join the Uluru Youth Network today and help us make the Uluru Statement from the Heart and a First Nations Voice to Parliament protected by the Constitution a reality. Your voice and support has never been more important.
Image: Bridget Cama and Allira Davis, Co-Chairs, Uluru Youth Dialogue. Sydney Peace Prize Celebrations, Sydney, 2021.
Privacy and Data Collection Statement
We at the Uluru Dialogue, Indigenous Law centre, University of New South Wales are collecting your personal information to sign up for our Uluru Youth Network, communicate with you about Uluru Youth events and activities, understand more about Uluru Youth members and send you merchandise. We may use our third party database/electronic communications provider and other parts of the University (e.g. the Indigenous Law Centre) to assist us with these activities. We may not be able to do the things described above without your information. You have the right to access and amend your personal information held by us, see unsw.edu.au/privacy for contact details.