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Submission Number
2559
Participant
Anonymous
Submission date

I support the Uluru Statement from the Heart. I believe it is imperative because First Nations people have been silenced and ignored for too long. Australia continually fails to take accountability for our colonial history and the impact it has on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people today. The systems currently in place continue to erase Indigenous voices. It is inexcusable and shameful.
I believe First Nations people should have a voice for the laws that are being made about them and it should be enshrined in the constitution. For long term planning, there needs to be empowered communication between government, parliaments and First Nations communities.