The Voice

Why some Chinese-Australians are voting ‘No’

Chinese Australians constitute of around 5.5% of the Australian population. The significant size of this community contributes to an important voting bloc in the upcoming referendum on a Voice to Parliament for indigenous Australians. However, there is an overwhelming support on the ‘No’ campaign on Chinese social media platforms such as WeChat, RED, and Douyin. …

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Lobbying in Australia

Lobbying groups are part of the democratic prosses in this country, yet the rules surrounding how they operate are vague at best. Lobby groups will have a more public presence this year leading up to the voice referendum, with multiple organisations on both sides ramping up their campaigns. Lobbying is usually done behind closed doors, …

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Change the Conversation

Tonight in Brisbane, Multicultural Australia is hosting the first event of ‘Changing the Conversation’ of 2023, where community leaders discuss the key issues of our multicultural community. With the Voice to Parliament referendum question announced last week, the event will bring First Nations and community leaders together to discuss how this came from the  Uluru …

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