Many of us have a vision for a better world but feel powerless to make this happen. Voices of Boothby is about changing that. We are not a political party, and we don’t represent any political candidates. We are a non-partisan, pro-democracy community group within the electorate of Boothby.
What do we do?
Our aim is to reclaim and elevate Australian Democracy by supporting, encouraging, and enabling, capable candidates who embrace principles and visions for us all and who will act in good faith on behalf of their community.
How do we know what people think or want?
We do this through holding what we call Kitchen Table Conversations.
The Kitchen Table Conversation model of community consultation was borrowed from ‘Voices of Warringah’ and ‘Voices 4 Indi’ and was developed by the ‘Victorian Women’s Trust’. We acknowledge and thank them for their pioneering work.
Voices of Boothby acknowledges the traditional owners of the land on which we conduct our activities, the Kaurna people of the Adelaide Plains, and we pay our respects to elders past and present.