Born out of the largest consultation process of its kind, the Uluru Statement from the Heart is a historic document that outlines the path to recognising Indigenous Australians in the nation's constitution.
Endorsed during a First Nations National Constitutional Convention held at Uluru in May 2017, the Uluru Statement is a 12 paragraph statement addressed to the Australian public which asks Australians to allow Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders a constitutional voice in the laws and policies that are made about them.
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A Declaration has been issued by members of the Uluru Youth Dialogue, confirming the group’s deep and ongoing support for “genuine, nation-building reform” ahead of the First Nations Voice to Parliament referendum