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RACMA Releases Position on the Voice to Parliament

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RACMA supports the recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples through a Voice to parliament.

RACMA holds the view that health equity for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples cannot be addressed or indeed implemented unless initiatives and strategies are developed in partnership with and led by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples.

As a bi-national college RACMA acknowledges that indigenous led leadership solutions are active within our jurisdiction and that our members are already active in this partnership approach in Aotearoa New Zealand. RACMA also recognises that like New Zealand – Canada, (areas of) the United States, Ecuador, Bolivia, and Norway have indigenous leadership solutions either via constitutional or common law recognition.

To read the full position statement, click HERE.

Author: Maria Cerullo

23rd August 2023

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