22 Aug Brisbane Town Hall – online or in person

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Allies for Uluru are thrilled to announce a panel of incredible speakers for our upcoming Understanding the Voice: Brisbane Town Hall event. We will be joined by Megan Davis, Dean Parkin and Aaron Fa'Aoso who together will speak about why constitutional recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples through a Voice to Parliament is a crucial step on the path to creating a better future. 


With the speakers’ strong ties to Country and their continued work in the state, this event presents an important opportunity for organisations to engage their Queensland peers and networks in the conversation and to build and strengthen support for Voice in the state.

What: Understanding the Voice: Brisbane Town Hall

When: Tuesday 22nd August, 6:00pm-7.30pm AEST

Where: State Library of Queensland, Cultural Precinct, Stanley Pl, South Brisbane and online

About the Speakers


Professor Megan Davis is an Aboriginal woman (Cobble Cobble) from south east Queensland and of south-sea Islander descent (Vanuatu). She is a constitutional and human rights lawyer and professor of Law, and a serving expert member of the United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues with the portfolios of Gender & Women, Administration of Justice, UNAIDS and UN Women. 


Aaron Fa’Aoso is a descendant of the Saibai region in the Torres Strait. Aaron is the Executive Director of his production company, Lone Star Production Group, an accomplished actor and a Board Member of the Queensland Interim Truth and Treaty Body.


Dean Parkin is from the Quandamooka peoples of Minjerribah (North Stradbroke Island) in Queensland. Having been closely involved in the process that resulted in the historic Uluru Statement From The Heart, Dean continues to advocate for constitutional and structural reform as Director of From the Heart and now the Director of AICR’s Yes23 campaign. 

This is an opportunity for our community to come together, learn, and engage in a constructive conversation about the Voice Referendum and its potential impact. The event is designed to be accessible in person and online, ensuring everyone will be able to participate and contribute. Don't miss out! 


We look forward to seeing you at the event and encourage you to share the invitation far and wide within your organisations and networks. 


In solidarity,

Holly, Angela & Jess 

ANTAR National, P.O. Box 77, Strawberry Hills, NSW 2012, Australia, 02 9280 0060

Authorised by Paul Wright, Allies for Uluru Coalition, Gadigal Country, Sydney.


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