Take action for the Voice campaign!

We are ramping up our efforts to maximise the Yes vote for the Voice to Parliament.

First and foremost we want to encourage all SEARCH members to register to be part of your local Yes campaign group at https://action.yes23.com.au/local_yes_groups - or volunteer start a group if there isn’t one yet (we can help you do that - get in touch).

Tell us below in the comments if you have suggestions for other ways people can be involved or what you've done in your local area.

SEARCH has been supporting the Uluru Statement from the Heart and its call for Voice Treaty Truth since 2017.

With the referendum legislation now passed, and a date for the actual poll to be set soon, it is time to make the Voice campaign the first priority.

Actions you can take 

1. Join your local Yes23 Group or if there isn’t one start a local Yes23 Group – at https://action.yes23.com.au/local_yes_groups

2. Help to ensure that Yes23 groups establish links and cooperation with other organisations and networks in your area, especially any pre-existing local Reconciliation groups, supportive political groups, etc

3. Regularly wear a "Yes" badge or T-shirt and start a conversation with your neighbours, friends and family about the Voice and why you support it – let us know if you need a badge or T-shirt.

4. Run a stall promoting the Yes23 campaign in your local park or shopping centre, or leaflet the local transport hub/train station – your local Yes group or Trades Hall can likely help, but ask us if you need help to do so.

5. Join the Kitchen Table discussions movement and host an event at your home to talk about the Voice  https://togetheryes.com.au/get-involved

6. Learn persuasive conversation techniques – there are regular courses online such as this upcoming ACTU course, but we can help you find them if you have any issues finding one.

7. Get informed on the Voice – there are a host of education materials on com.au and ulurustatement.org.au – as well as videos on the SEARCH Youtube channel, and of course the SEARCH statement on why we’re supporting the Voice, which gives a left perspective on why we support Voice Treaty Truth.

8. Contact your local council, and other local organisations to find out what they're doing to support the Voice and see if they can be doing more.

So please register with your local Yes23 group today, and share this list with our networks!


See the above links to Yes23 and ulurustatement.org.au for plenty of leaflets, badges, educational material, etc.

Many activists have found this very simple downloadable A4 fact sheet on the Voice, with the Uluru Statement printed on the reverse, to be helpful when holding street stalls, and it is very easy to print at home. 

Tell us below in the comments about other suggestions for resouces.






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