On this page we're featuring learning resources for leadership and organising to strengthen our campaign. We're now providing training and support for Yes campaign phone calls everyday until the 14th October - these are listed here as well as online learning resources for making calls.
This video outlines many key points about the development of the Uluru Statement and the history of Aboriginal activism in Australia relevant to Voice and is good background for any volunteer.
This link here is to a Summary Report by Passing the Message Stick on key ways to communicate about First Nations Issues.
Get motivated to have conversation by watching this great (and short) video.
We're applying the practices developed my Prof Marshall Ganz at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. This video below summarises many of the key practices.
In conversation with potential volunteers, we are applying a few techniques worth studying. The video below dis about conversations that follow the four C's - Connection, Content, Commitment, Catapult.
In conversations between organisers, volunteers and supporters we encourage each other to share Personal Story, aka Story of Self, which in this video below is explained by Prof Marshall Ganz.
We've got campaign briefings and training for making phone calls leading up to this big day. An example script for calls to Yes supporters or volunteers can be viewed online or downloaded here.
Yes23 has produced this great resource for hosting kitchen table/BBQ conversation about Yes and can be viewed and downloaded here.