What do the results of the election mean for republicanism in Australia? What commitments did the parties make, how soon will a national vote be held and what are the implications of the election for the campaign?
A group of ARM supporters will be chatting to festival-goers about an Australian head of state and signing up new supporters at the Mt Barker Show and we need some more volunteers to help us at this really fun event!
We will help support you with information and resources, you just need a smile and an hour or two. Let us know below what time you can help out and we’ll be in touch.
Come along to our information stall in Petrie Plaza on the final day of Canberra’s largest festival, the National Multicultural Festival.
Meet some fellow republicans and enjoy the atmosphere.
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Join Michael Cooney, Director of the Australian Republic Movement, and a panel to discuss the case for an Australian republic.
Trust the people is the first public debate presented in Democracy 2025’s Talking Democracy series. Regular events will be held throughout the year.
What are the key questions that need to be addressed?
If we do want a republic what model do we want?
What lessons can be drawn from history and what are the barriers that need to be overcome to achieve an Australian republic?
Australia badly needs a patriotic culture that includes all our citizens, wherever they were born, whatever faith they share, whatever language they speak.
Join National Director Michael Cooney, SA Parliamentary Friendship Group co-convenor Zoe Bettison MP and Assistant Shadow Minister for an Australian head of state Matt Thistlethwaite and hear about how an Australian republic can be an opportunity for unity in our increasingly divided society.
Hear from Australian Republic Movement Chair Peter FitzSimons AM and help raise some funds for the campaign for an Australian Republic.
Tickets include a drink and a bar snack on arrival, and a cash bar is available - and be prepared for the auction!
If Australia finally cut ties to the tiara and became a republic, what would the first address by our first president sound like? Lend an ear to speculative speeches from Father Rod Bower, Marcia Langton, Nakkiah Lui, Omar Musa and Matt Preston. Hosted by Michael Williams.