This year, Tasmanians will vote on the referendum to formally recognise the First Peoples of Australia in the Constitution and establish a permanent Indigenous voice to Parliament (‘the Voice’). In preparation for this historic vote, and with the generous support of the Tasmanian Community Fund, Reconciliation Tasmania has developed this workshop which focusses on resources they have developed about:

  • lutruwita/Tasmania’s history,
  • the Uluru Statement, and
  • the Constitution and referendum process.

This free information session provides for small group work combined with whole group discussion, sharing and reflecting on what the groups have discussed. Reconciliation Tasmania’s approach is to educate people and provide quality, factual information to enable Tasmanians to make an informed choice on the voice. The workshop does not include any questions asking how people intend to vote, and we do not tell people how they should vote.

This workshop is interactive (and will move into breakout rooms for the livestreamed sessions), with plenty of opportunities to ask questions and seek clarification on the upcoming referendum.

The presenters/facilitators have requested that the workshops are capped due to the interactive format.
Don’t miss out – book here.