Yes! Campaign Resource Hub

DCA supports the Uluru Statement from the Heart and we are supporting the Yes! Campaign for a Voice to Parliament.

We have collated the following resources for our members to learn more about how you too can support the Yes! Campaign as an individual or as an organisation.

Actions For Individuals

  • Have conversations within your community about the Voice. This booklet prepared by From The Heart, as well as FAQs and other educational resources can support you in guiding conversations around the Voice to Parliament.
  • Attend a Voice event in your area. People are coming together all over Australia to hear more about why the Voice is so important for First Nations people. See an event near you here
  • Sign up as a volunteer or supporter and encourage others to sign up too. Sign up to volunteer with Yes23! or become a host for the Together, Yes movement to support campaigning efforts.
  • Join a local Yes! group. There are many people banding together to campaign in their local area – find one near you here
  • Pledge your Support. Sign the ‘I’m Voting Yes’ pledge and share to your friends and family 
  • Share your support on social media.  Share photos and videos in support of recognising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the constitution through a Voice. A good message to work into your social media copy is support for the principle of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people having a say on the laws and policies that affect them.  Use hashtags and update your profile pictures and email signatures using assets from From The Heart and the Uluru Dialogue to make your support visible.

Actions for Organisations

  • Host an event. Give your network the opportunity to learn more about what the Voice to Parliament is, what the referendum is and how to get more involved in the campaign. Councils, organisations and individuals around the country will be holding BBQs and similar events for supporters and those who want to learn more about Voice to come together, learn more and get more involved with the campaign.  Consider holding a similar event within your community in a way suits your organisation!
  • Roll out training and educational resources. The Uluru Dialogue and From The Heart have developed a wonderful online training resource on the Voice to Parliament here to roll out within your organisations. There are also many other educational resources and tools available for distribution on the Uluru Dialogue, the Reconciliation Australia website and Yes23! website.
  • Share this video. Help debunk common myths and misbeliefs about the Voice by sharing this video from Reconciliation Australia with your employees
  • Show your support on social media. Share photos and videos in support of recognising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the constitution through a Voice.  Encourage your networks to use available assets from Yes23! and the Uluru Dialogue to make their support visible.
  • Help Build the movement! Encourage those already supportive in your audiences to join our list of willing volunteers here.  Encourage supporters to join the Together Yes movement of Kitchen Table Conversations – you can read more about it and sign up here.

Other Actions and Resources

Debunking common myths and misconceptions

Video by Reconciliation Australia featuring Shelley Reyes about the Voice to Parliament referendum.