Commencing with an opening address by Archbishop Mark Coleridge, representing the Archdiocese of Brisbane within The Catholic Church in Southeast Queensland, this community event delves into the topical subject of the 2023 Australian Indigenous Voice referendum.
Following the address, St James College, Brisbane will host a panel discussion and Q&A session featuring esteemed individuals who bring invaluable insights to the forefront of this discourse.
1. Mr. Noel Pearson:
Noel Pearson, a co-founder of the Cape York Land Council, and the visionary behind Cape York Partnership and Good to Great Schools Australia, joins us. He also plays a pivotal role as a board member of Australians for Indigenous Constitutional Recognition.
2. Professor Greg Craven AO GCSG:
Emeritus Professor Greg Craven AO, an authority in Constitutional Law and former Vice-chancellor of Australian Catholic University. He is recognised nationally for his profound contributions to constitutional jurisprudence and as an active participant in public debates.
3. Mr. Sean Gordon AM:
Sean Gordon, the Chairman of Uphold & Recognise and a member of the First Nations Referendum Working Group, brings his extensive expertise to our panel. As the Executive Director of the Yadha Muru Foundation and Director of Gidgee Group Consulting and Partnerships, Sean is deeply involved in various First Nations boards and advisory committees.
Join the Adventure and explore the vital issues surrounding the 2023 Australian Indigenous Voice referendum, guided by the wisdom and perspectives of these well-regarded speakers.