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Submission Number
1018
Participant
Naisha
Submission date

I would like for whatever change that will occur to happen INSIDE THE CONSITUTION and not simply to legislation or legislative bodies that will simply be subjected to change or abolishment. I would also like for Indigenous youth from every part and oncoming generation to also be able to represent their voices as they represent the ideas for the future and make this process accessible and easy for them to present their views. I would like there to be more cultural and language recognition because I don't think its fair that people would have to learn English to be able to "professionally" express their view, there should be translators and commissions that support the dialects and richness of these dialects of Indigenous Australians.