1992

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Submission Number
1992
Participant
Sean Burke
Submission date

Sean Burke
South Fremantle 6162

To whom it may concern

Submission to Co-design process

I am a schoolteacher

Why do you think the Uluru Statement from the Heart is important?
The work of national reconciliation is the foundation of our future progress as a nation

Why do you think Indigenous people should have a Voice to Parliament?
Our parliament needs to be continually informed by the perspectives of first nations people

Why do you think Australia needs a Voice to Parliament?
Our parliament needs to be continually informed by the perspectives of first nations people

Why do you think it's important to enshrine the Voice to Parliament in the Constitution, rather than include it only in legislation?
The constitution underpins our law

Kind regards,
Sean Burke