Is Australia big enough for reconciliation?

The Hon Fred Chaney AO will explore this issue at the Annual ANU Reconciliation Lecture on Monday 1 December.
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The wellbeing of First Australians is improving

The latest findings are now available in the 2014 Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage Report.
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Let's...Bust some myths

Did you catch First Contact? It covered some pretty prominent myths about First Australians. We’re busting more.
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Six out of 10 Australians have had little contact with First Australians

Learn about the progress of reconciliation between Indigenous and non-Indigenous Australians.
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Alive, well-being, coming together, peace

September 4, 2014
This week we are excited to announce our partnership with BHP Billiton Sustainable Communities on our Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Schools program. Program manager Alex Shain shares the story so far and what the next 12 months will see for Narragunnawali. In 2012, a number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander representative groups and experienced education organisations met to talk...
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Evidence the wellbeing of First Australians is improving

November 18, 2014
Reconciliation Australia has welcomed progress in improvements to the wellbeing of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The Productivity Commission’s report into Overcoming Indigenous Disadvantage 2014 has found notable improvements across a range of spectrums, including life expectancy, child mortality, school completion and employment rates. Reconciliation Australia CEO, Justin Mohamed, says “where concerted efforts are being made we are...
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