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Adara Group supports First Nations Voice to Parliament

The Adara Group is proud to support a “Yes” vote in the upcoming referendum on the establishment of a First Nations Voice to Parliament.

At Adara, we are committed to championing the human rights of all and upholding the right to live with dignity and access to essential services. We recognise the importance and rights of all First Nations peoples.

The Uluru Statement from the Heart is a graceful invitation to all Australians to work with First Nations people to create a better future for everyone who calls Australia home. It is a strategic roadmap to peace and prosperity, setting out the path to Voice, Treaty and Truth. It builds on the long advocacy of First Nations people for political representation, empowerment, decision-making, and control over their own affairs.

We stand with the hundreds of thousands of First Nations people, and the millions of other Australians, who are calling for this simple, powerful and important reform.

Together with more than 200 community, non-government and corporate organisations, we have joined the Allies for Uluru. The goal of this coalition is to support the implementation of the Uluru Statement from the Heart, starting with the establishment of a First Nations Voice to Parliament enshrined in the Constitution.

Over the coming months, we look forward to using our voice and profile to support this crucial reform.

“The Uluru Statement from the Heart invites all Australians to walk together to build a better future,” says Madeline Vaughan, Adara Development’s Chief Executive Officer. “We are grateful to accept this invitation. It is the right thing to do, and it is part of our ongoing commitment to every person achieving fairness, justice and self-determination. Adara stands together with First Nations peoples and seeks a successful referendum – we support ‘Yes’.”

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