QAMH Online Members Forum – Information Session to Understand The Voice

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QAMH Members are invited to join us for our Online Members Forum. The Public Interest Advocacy Centre (PIAC) is a leading law and policy centre working to improve laws that cause injustice. PIAC’s information session aims to help people understand the proposal for a First Nations Voice to Parliament and the historic referendum to be held later this year.

The one-hour session covers:

  • The place of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in the Australian Constitution, including the significance of the 1967 referendum.
  • The momentum for constitutional recognition of First Nations Australians from 2007.
  • The First Nations Dialogues and the Uluru Statement from the Heart, leading to the call for a First Nations Voice.
  • The referendum proposal we will be asked to vote on.
  • The practical implications of the Voice – how will it work and what will it do?
  • Why PIAC supports the Voice.

The session includes time for questions and an opportunity for discussion.

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We look forward to our member’s continued involvement and engagement in our member’s forums.

QAMH represents over 100 members in the Queensland community mental health sector.
Through QAMH, members have the access to resources that strengthen their organisations, a platform to connect with colleagues, and create a solid evidence base for community mental health interventions.

Our member’s support has enabled QAMH to deliver some positive outcomes for the mental health sector in terms of advocacy, influence, representation and sector development.

Membership with QAMH includes a range of benefits as part of our commitment:

  • Representation and advocacy
  • Opportunity to influence Queensland’s community mental health landscape
  • Strategic support
  • Delivery of latest and most relevant Information
  • Training, forums, and development opportunities
  • Invitations to member-only events.

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QAMH Members receive communications with links and registration details. If interested in participating in QAMH forums, events and activities please speak to your QAMH Member representative.  For general queries email:

If you are interested in discussing membership, please contact Sarah Childs, Director – Sector Engagement and Development, via email or phone 07 3394 8480.
Find out more about the benefits of membership with QAMH

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