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Community sector urges Australians to unite behind Yes vote < 1 mins read

Community sector leaders will on Thursday hold a press conference launching a final campaign push for the Indigenous Voice to Parliament ahead of the referendum.

When: 9am Thursday 5 October, 2023

Where: VCOSS, Level 8/128 Exhibition St, Melbourne 

Who: ACOSS CEO Dr Cassandra Goldie, Brotherhood of St. Laurence Executive Director Travers McLeod, Sacred Heart Mission CEO Hang Vo, VCOSS Acting CEO Juanita Pope

What: Launching a final campaign push on behalf of more than 80 leading community groups urging Australians to vote Yes for a Voice to Parliament

Media contacts:

Georgie Moore
0477 779 928

Charlie Moore
0452 606 171

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