ALMBC Says Yes!
The ALMBC has announced its support for the YES! Campaign.
See full media release here.
The Board of the Australian Live Music Business Council (ALMBC), the nation’s peak live music business council, has announced it supports the Voice to Parliament as a fundamental pillar of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
After consideration and discussion with our First Nations members and the Community, the ALMBC Board of Directors proudly stands together with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in support of the establishment of a constitutionally enshrined Voice that acknowledges the First Nations people of this country we live in.
ALMBC Chair, Stephen Wade, said: “We at the ALMBC support the Uluru Statement from the Heart which calls for the Establishment of a First Nations Voice to Parliament, enshrined in the Constitution. On that basis, we will formally be supporting the YES vote in the upcoming referendum”.
The ALMBC notes that the live music industry in this country also needs to be better and listen more to First Nations people both as custodians, music lovers and as industry workers and businesses.