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Indigenous Voice

The Australian Government has commenced a co-design process to develop models for an Indigenous voice at a local, regional and national level. The voice of all Australians will be important to get this right.

Find out more on the Indigenous voice website.

Recent stories

Image of a man wearing a grey suit, standing on the left, facing the camera with Parliament House behind him, a very blue sky and green grass.
5 May 2020
Benson Saulo is the youngest member of the Senior Advisory Group guiding the Indigenous voice co-design process, and he is passionate about young people’s participation in the process.
A group of 18 men and women standing in a line in front of a building. The men and women are wearing business clothes and standing with their hands in front of them. In the centre of the group is the Minister for Indigenous Australians.
28 Feb 2020
The National Co-Design Group, who are developing models for a national Indigenous voice, met for the first time in Canberra on Tuesday, 25 February 2020.
Words 'Indigenous Voice' appear on a dark grey background with wavy blue, black and white lines with dots and circles. At left side there is an image of woman with long black hair, glasses and wearing a white shirt and black jacket
15 Jan 2020
The journey towards an Indigenous voice has taken another step today with the Minister for Indigenous Australians, the Hon Ken Wyatt AM, MP, announcing the membership of the National Co-design Group.

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