Beyond Belief: Rethinking The Voice To Parliament
In Beyond Belief: Rethinking the Voice to Parliament, twelve distinguished Australians set out their reasons why we need to question the wisdom of enshrining a Voice to Parliament by amending the Constitution.
Some of these reasons are legal, political and constitutional; but others express concern that constitutional amendment will do nothing to address the social disadvantage endured by many Indigenous Australians – a burden which weighs heavily on each of the contributors.
Beyond Belief: Rethinking the Voice to Parliament will equip Australians who have their own doubts about the proposed referendum with informed and compelling reasons for deciding to vote ‘No’ when asked to change our nation’s founding document.
About the editors:
Peter Kurti is Director of the Culture, Prosperity and Civil Society program at the Centre for Independent Studies.
Nyunggai Warren Mundine AO is Director of the Indigenous Forum at the Centre for Independent Studies, and Chairman and Managing Director of the Nyunggai Plack Group.
Editors: Peter Kurti and Warren Mundine
Publisher: Connor Court Publishing
Dimensions: 228 x 152 x 10 mm
Publication date: 1 December 2022
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