HCA Board and Executive Position on the Voice to Parliament Referendum
Housing Choices Australia is committed to an equitable and safe society for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. We believe this can only be achieved in a spirit of reconciliation between First Nations’ people and non-Indigenous Australians.
As a major provider of community housing, we see all too often the severe housing disadvantage that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples experience.
Our Reconciliation Action Plan represents our genuine commitment to achieving our vision: that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have homes and life opportunities they value, in neighbourhoods that are inclusive and resilient.
We benefit from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ deep cultural knowledge, wisdom and lived experience. We are committed to hearing, listening and working in partnership to achieve sustained and high-quality housing outcomes.
We are proud to support the Voice to Parliament as a step toward achieving the three key elements of the Uluru Statement from the Heart – Voice, Treaty and Truth Telling.
We encourage you to seek out information about the Referendum on the Voice to Parliament to inform your own views and personal position on this issue. The links to information below may be helpful:
- Australian Government information about the Voice Referendum 2023
- Life Without Barriers – Resources and information about the Voice Referendum
Board of Directors and Executive
Housing Choices Australia