Voice Treaty Truth Advocacy Online Course

MUA members are invited to register your interest in this online course

The Voice. Treaty. Truth. Advocacy course introduces officials, organisers, workplace leaders and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Workers to the history of the First Nations peoples’ struggle; the Uluru Statement of the Heart; techniques to advocate on behalf of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Workers when participating in an event or campaign; the skills required to build the confidence of officials, organisers, workplace leaders and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Workers to handle objections; and messaging and mapping in a targeted campaign.

The course is run online via two 3 hour sessions over two days and is run by MUA National Indigenous Officer Thomas Mayor

At the end of the course participants will be able to:

  • Understand the history of the First Nations peoples’ struggle
  • Explain the Uluru Statement of the Heart and the three key points of the Voice. Treaty. Truth. campaign
  • Learn techniques to advocate and campaign on behalf of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander industrial workplace issues
  • Develop skills and confidence to handle objections
  • Learn effective messaging and mapping actions, including social media

Please register your interest in this course by clicking here: https://www.mua.org.au/forms/voice-treaty-truth-advocacy-online-course

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