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Anti-Poverty Week Supporting Voice, Treaty, Truth

Support for the Voice in our Constitution 

Anti-Poverty Week accepts the invitation to walk with our First Nations brothers and sisters in seeking a Voice to Parliament enshrined in the Constitution.  Long overdue, it’s simply the right thing to do.  It’s also the smart thing to do, as we can’t work together to tackle their poverty without their voice.

As Catherine Liddle, CEO of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children’s peak, SNAICC, has said “When you look at all the investigations …as a result of the despair that we see in our communities, they all point to poverty – and that poverty absolutely is rooted in a lack of self-determination.”

See our statement Why Anti-Poverty Week Supports the Voice

OPINION Voice debate must focus on facts in final week – Catherine Liddle CEO SNAICC & Toni Wren, Women’s Agenda 6/10/23

Opinion: How the Voice will reduce poverty for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander children, Toni Wren, Women’s Agenda, 7/9/23

Briefing: Key Issues Relating to Indigenous Poverty & Disadvantage, 6/9/23

Download our social media tiles Write Yes Support Voice to Parliament in our Promotional Kit – Anti-Poverty Week

See also:

Why Closing the Gap remains a major challenge, Caitlin Fitzsimmons, SMH Sept 2023

The case for voting Yes (

Uluru Statement from the Heart organisation

Yes 23 campaign

Indigenous Voice to parliament: It’s time to close the gap, in the Constitution article