Therapy Connect supports the Yes vote for First Nations constitutional recognition

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Therapy Connect is guided by its values (equity, connection and making an impact) in taking a position of supporting a Yes vote in the upcoming referendum for the constitutional recognition of First Nations Australians, and the establishment of the Voice to Parliament.

“At Therapy Connect, we believe that now is the time for us, as a community and nation, to acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the original custodians of this land. We must recognise the historical and ongoing injustices they have faced and take proactive steps for change.” states CEO Karn Ghosh.

“Our response therefore to the Uluru Statement from the Heart, is an unequivocal Yes.’’ 

“We encourage our staff and community to make an informed decision on the referendum and we will not impose on them how to vote,” assures Ghosh.

“Regardless of the outcome of the referendum, we at Therapy Connect will continue to work in meaningful ways towards promoting real and lasting reconciliation.”

Karn Ghosh

CEO, Therapy Connect

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Karn Ghosh

Karn Ghosh is the Founder and CEO of Kinela, a leading Australian business that builds and grows for-purpose brands that empower people living with disability to achieve their health goals.


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