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October 14 `another day of mourning’ after No vote in Voice referendum

After observing the Week of Silence to grieve the outcome of the Voice referendum, the NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) has promised to fight even harder to support and empower Aboriginal peoples in NSW.

“NSWALC will continue to support communities in having their voices heard and stand up for Aboriginal peoples across NSW,” NSWALC Chairperson Cr Danny Chapman said.…

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Misinformation and Disinformation leading up to the Voice Referendum

The Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) has now published the Referendum Yes and No case essays on its website.

The purpose of the case essays is for each side of the debate to present its case and inform the Australian public.

A hard copy of both case essays and the AEC’s official guide to participating in the 2023 Referendum will also be distributed to each Australian household in the weeks leading up to the vote.…

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Yes! NSWALC to actively campaign for the Voice

The NSW Aboriginal Land Council (NSWALC) stands ready to strengthen community understanding and awareness of the Yes campaign for the Voice referendum.

At last week’s full council meeting of NSWALC, it was decided to formally endorse the Yes campaign. …