Join Uluru Statement from the Heart Youth Ambassadors and proud Wiradjuri women Kishaya Delaney and Alisha Agland as they travel up the coast sharing information about the upcoming referendum!
This session, specifically targeted at young people, will explore the origins of the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the process that led to the Statement’s call for Voice, Treaty and Truth. The session will also reflect on the upcoming referendum on the Voice to Parliament, including the historical context, the proposed question to be put to Australian voters, and the next steps from here.
Each session will include an open Q&A to enable attendees to ask any questions.
Kishaya Delaney is a proud Wiradjuri woman, Uluru Statement Youth Dialogue Ambassador and Pro Bono Solicitor at Herbert Smith Freehills. Kishaya previously worked as Project Officer for the Towards Truth project, leading a team of researchers to develop a legislation and policy mapping database to support truth-telling under the third reform of the Uluru Statement of the Heart. Kishaya regularly delivers presentations and facilitates information sessions about the Uluru Statement from the Heart and Voice to Parliament.
Alisha Agland is a proud Wiradjuri woman and Human Services professional. Her expertise and passion lie in youth-specific practice/case management, focusing on early intervention with young offenders, youth at risk of homelessness, and youth AoD services. With a rich background in human services and case management, Alisha currently serves as Mission Australia's Reconciliation Action Plan Coordinator, which has further fuelled her passion for social policy and advocacy. She is the Chairperson of the Board of Directors for the Orange Aboriginal Medical Service, pursues studies in Social Work at CSU, and proudly represents the Uluru Statement Dialogues as a Youth Ambassador.
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