Recognition, Reconciliation and Relationships

Recognition, Reconciliation and Relationships

Statement

National Reconciliation Week 2016

27 May - 3 June

See National Calendar of Events at Reconciliation Australia

What's required to realise a just society for the First Australians

Dr Tom Calma, AO, Co-Chair, Reconciliation Australia, was guest speaker recently at SA Council of Churches. Through a social justice lens, he discussed a range of issues that impact on First Australians realising their full potential including Reconciliation, Recognition, Justice Reinvestment and Health. For an e-copy of Dr Calma's presentation, please contact Melanie Macrow, SA Council of Churches, email  or Ph 8215 0300.

Journey to Recognition

The Journey to Recognition has finished its first leg at the Garma Festival in North East Arnhem Land! Youtube clip about celebrating the arrival. 
Since starting in Melbourne in May, our teams have walked more than 700kms, cycled more than 1,200kms and driven over 2,700kms. Over 3,500 people have journeyed with us along the way.
We'll restart on September 24 in Darwin, head west to Broome before forging on to Perth. Standby for more updates from the road on Facebook and Twitter. 
For more information go to Recognise.

Ancient Spirit, ever new

The song was sung at an ecumenical service of Blessing on the Journey to Recognition at St Peterís Cathedral, in June 2013. The service formed part of the events around support of the recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the Australian Constitution. 

Support Journey to Recognition

Your community is encouraged to Support the Journey to Recognition: Visit Recognise for news and updates.