1 Voice Uluru

The Uluru Statement is a document of great importance in our history. This article from the Sydney Morning Herald describes it’s profound significance.


It is a constitutional convention bringing together over 250 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander leaders, who travelled from all over the country to meet in 2017 at the foot of Uluru in Central Australia on the lands of the Aṉangu people.

Those discussions culminated with Indigenous Australians “from all points of the southern sky” reaching a consensus position on constitutional recognition for the first time. The statement itself is 12 paragraphs and has been noted for its succinct and powerful wording.

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