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Can a Voice to Parliament improve Indigenous lives? | The Voice Referendum Explained | ABC News [Video]

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Can a Voice to Parliament improve Indigenous lives? | The Voice Referendum Explained | ABC News

What is the Indigenous Voice to Parliament hoping to fix? If the referendum passed, would it make it easier for these programs to get a national rollout, or just bureaucratic red tape that gets in the way?
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Carly Williams and Fran Kelly discuss whether a Voice to Parliament could provide local solutions for local problems. They look at the successes and shortcomings of youth programs in regional Australia and talk to the people running them to hear their views on the Voice.

0:00 Intro
1:18 What would the Voice Do?
1:28 Youth Programs
3:47 Differing views
4:35 The Moree model
7:54 Local solutions
12:04 Generational Funding

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