Take part in the Voice information sessions

Two information sessions on the Voice to Parliament are being co-hosted by the Office of Indigenous Strategy and Engagement and the College of Business, Government and Law, with Flinders University experts addressing people’s key questions about the Voice.

Professor Simone Tur, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Indigenous), will be joined by Associate Professor Rob Manwaring, Associate Professor of Politics and Policy; Dr Rowan Nicholson, Lecturer in Law; Dr Jessica Genauer, Senior Lecturer in International Relations; and Dwayne Coulthard, member of the Uluru Dialogue, South Australia.

The first session will be held on Thursday 10 August from 1-2pm in the Health Sciences Lecture Theatre 1.01. For more information about this session, click here.

The second session will be held in Room 1, Level 1 at Flinders @ Vic Square on Friday 8 September from 6-7pm. For more information about this session, click here.

Staff are also reminded about a suite of events planned to help educate the community on the Voice to Parliament. Check out Flinders’ Voice to Parliament webpage for further information.

Fearless Conversations presents A Voice to Parliament

Join keynote speaker Professor Tom Calma AO, panel members Ashum Owen, Celeste Liddle, Dr Rowan Nicholson, Vanessa Turnbull-Roberts, facilitator Carla MacGrath and MC Professor Simone Tur on Wednesday 16 August from 6pm for the latest installation of the Fearless Conversation series.

This lecture on the Voice to Parliament aims to broaden awareness and open discussion through presenting leading experts and community members in a respectful conversation on challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

For more information about Fearless Conversations, and to register for the 16 August event, click here.

Elder Forum – Our Voices are Strong

Staff are encouraged to save the date for the 2023 Elders Forum – Our Voices are Strong, to be held on Thursday 21 September from 1pm-3pm in Darwin. More information will be available shortly.

Voice to Parliament yarning circles

Three yarning circles for staff and students on Kaurna Yarta (Bedford Park) will be held on Wednesday 4 October at Inparrila: 10–11.30am, noon–1.30pm and 2-3.30pm. More information about the Kaurna Yarta yarning circles will be made available shortly.

Yarning circles on Arrernte Country (Alice Springs) and Larrakia Country (Darwin) are also being organised for October, with dates and times to be confirmed in the coming weeks.

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