The Upper Murray Regional Neighbourhood House Network works with 16 neighbourhood houses across six local government areas.
The Houses reflect the varied needs of their communities, which range from small rural towns to busy regional centres.
Learn more about neighbourhood houses and our Network by clicking here.
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STATEMENT IN SUPPORT OF THE VOICE TO PARLIAMENT
The Upper Murray Regional Neighbourhood House Network acknowledges and respects Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the First People of Australia and believes their status and history as such should be recognised in the Australian Constitution.
We support the Uluru Statement from the Heart and the call to establish a Voice to Parliament that is enshrined in the Constitution. We acknowledge and deeply appreciate the generous invitation presented in the Uluru Statement to walk with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people towards a better future for all of us.
As an organisation underpinned by community development principles, we acknowledge and appreciate the community-led process by which the Uluru Statement was developed and shared amongst communities around Australia.
We acknowledge that every individual will need to make their own decision about how they vote in the Voice to Parliament Referendum. We urge people to make that decision wisely and based on the best information they can find. As a Network, we commit to providing our members with a range of information and resources to help them and their communities make an informed decision.
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