Sydney, 21 February 2023: The industry association for the Australian communications sector has come out in support of the creation of an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Voice to Parliament.  
At its most recent meeting the Board of Directors of Communications Alliance Ltd resolved that: “A Voice to Parliament is a reasonable and practical step for Australia to take, and is only achievable via a referendum.”   
The Board also decided to communicate this view to Prime Minister Albanese and the leaders of the Coalition Parties and the Greens, as well as to other Federal Government Ministers and stakeholders within the “Yes” campaign.
A copy of the letter to the Prime Minister is attached.
Many of the members of Communications Alliance are also looking at ways in which they can communicate and disseminate relevant material to their staff.

Communications Alliance is the primary communications industry body in Australia. Its membership is drawn from a wide cross-section of the communications industry, including carriers, carriage and internet service providers, content providers, platform providers, equipment vendors, IT companies, consultants and business groups.

Its vision is to be the most influential association in Australian communications, co-operatively initiating programs that promote sustainable industry development, innovation and growth, while generating positive outcomes for customers and society. 

The prime mission of Communications Alliance is to create a co-operative stakeholder environment that allows the industry to take the lead on initiatives which grow the Australian communications industry, enhance the connectivity of all Australians and foster the highest standards of business behaviour.  For more details about Communications Alliance, see

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