Louder than One Voice – 50 years for Indigenous vote

By Oliver Ramsay

This article is part of our June theme, which focuses on Indigenous People and their human rights. Read our Editorial for more on this theme.

The Indigenous Electoral Participation Program (IEPP) is using art to encourage Indigenous people to enrol to vote on the 50th Anniversary of Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islanders winning the right to vote in Federal elections. Check out these posters designed and printed by Redback Graphix.

The  Australian Electoral Commission (AEC) has also launched ‘Louder than One Voice”, a video that celebrates the anniversary and highlights the importance of Indigenous voices in the electoral process.

Designed by Marie McMahon, Redback Graphix

Design by Marie McMahon, Redback Graphix

Design by Steven Lees, Redback Graphix

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