The Constitution & the Voice
Catholics in Coalition for Justice and Peace (CCJP) NEXT SEMINAR WILL BE ON THURSDAY 29 JUNE AT 4PM AT THE CONVENT OF THE SISTERS OF MERCY, 6 VICTORIA RD PARRAMATTA.
We have been extremely fortunate to have our invitation accepted by Dr Anne Twomey AO to speak. Please spread the word to family, friends and contacts on this important topic to come along on 29th. No cost, but we’ll have a donation bucket available towards the Uluru Dialogue Group if you wish to donate
Dr Anne Twomey AO has accepted our invitation to speak on Thursday 29 June at 4pm.
THE AUSTRALIAN CONSTITUTION and THE VOICE
- How the Constitution works
- What an indigenous Voice enshrined in the Constitution means
- Will the High Court be affected?
- What is the role of Parliament?
Dr Anne Frances Twomey AO is an Australian academic and lawyer specialising in Australian constitutional law. She is currently the Professor of Constitutional Law and Director of the Constitutional Reform Unit at Sydney Law School at the University of Sydney. She is a regular commentator on legal and constitutional issues for the Australian media.. Anne has been the key constitutional lawyer involved in determining the wording of the Referendum question.
Twomey has worked for the High Court of Australia as a Senior Research Officer, for the Parliament of Australia as a researcher in the Law and Government Group, and The Cabinet Office of New South Wales as Policy Manager of the Legal Branch. She has acted as a consultant to a number of government bodies.