Host a conversation. Help win a Yes vote in the referendum.

 Registration is closed for this event
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people across the country are coming together to ask for a simple and practical form of recognition - a Voice in the laws and policies that directly affect them. This kind of moment only comes once in a generation, that’s why it’s so important to start a positive conversation about the upcoming Voice to Parliament referendum with the people in your life.


Join Together Yes and QCOSS to find out how you can become a Kitchen Table Conversation (KTC) host to help win support for a Yes vote. 

KTC is a model of civic engagement that revolves around one simple idea: engaging people in the kind of open and honest dialogue that women have had around kitchen tables for centuries has the power to create real change.

This event will provide you with valuable insights into: 

  • the Voice to Parliament
  • the national Yes campaign structure, 
  • Together Yes process, team and timeframes, 
  • what a Kitchen Table Conversation is
  • the pivotal role conversation hosts play and the support they receive
  • How you can join this campaign and make a real difference

The session will be presented by Together Yes spokespeople: Victorian Women’s Trust Executive Director and founder of the KTC model, Mary Crooks AO and Koorie Women Mean Business Executive Director, Leanne Miller AM. Together Yes is based in Victoria, however they have been running KTC info sessions about the upcoming referendum around the country. The event will be hosted by QCOSS CEO Aimee McVeigh. 

Register now, and help win a resounding Yes at the referendum.

Date:  Monday, 8 May 2023

Time: 10:00am – 11:30am 

Location:  Online via Zoom 

8 May 2023 - 10:00 am through 11:30 am
Online via Zoom