Mecca Events is offering the Parlour Collective a special discount price for their upcoming webinar, an informative and timely event on the Voice, led by Professor Melissa Castan, Director of the Castan Centre for Human Rights Law at Monash University.

Understanding the Indigenous Voice to Parliament

Melissa will be joined by Carey Lyon, founding Director of Lyons Architecture; and Rueben Berg, Co-chair, First Nations Peoples’ Assembly, Victoria. Melissa, Rueben and Carey will explore the background to the Voice to Parliament and the intended impact the proposed changes will have for First Nations communities.

An informed conversation is needed to meet the challenge of the 2023 Referendum. What can we learn that will help us to be better informed in our understanding of First Nations peoples? How can we incorporate First Nations communities in our architecture and engineering projects? How will a Voice to Parliament influence our work and the outcomes for First Nations communities?

This formal CPD webinar meets the mandatory learning requirement for architects to broaden their knowledge and understanding of First Nations culture. This mandatory requirement acknowledges the responsibility of designers to lead and engage meaningfully by working alongside with First Nations people in the design of projects and places.


1.15–2.45pm AEST Friday, 22 September




Parlour Collective – $55 (incl GST)
use discount code PARLOUR

Parlour concessions – $30 (incl GST)
use discount code STUDENT

General single ticket price – $88 (incl GST)

Purchase includes access to live studio recorded webinar, course notes, MP4 recording of the session and CPD certificate.

CPD & Bookings

1.5 formal CPD points

Head to Mecca Events for more information and to make a booking.