The Journey has reached Queensland

The Journey to Recognition is hitting the road again. Show your support for the Recognition of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in our constitution.
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Who We Are: Brave New Clan

Before the series' website launches, check out the trailer for Who We Are: Brave New Clan.
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Staff engagement toolkit

A one-stop shop packed with ideas to inspire you and engage all employees in your organisation through practical activities.
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We inspire and enable all Australians to contribute to reconciliation through various initiatives and programs in schools, communities and workplaces.

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Start your awareness raising journey, answer questions and get a glimpse of how life looks from an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspective.

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It’s time to recognise Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in Australia’s Constitution. Join the Journey to Recognition today.

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July 23, 2014
Bray Park State School won the special best school prize in our Sing Loud! competition with their original song BRING IT ON. Below focus teacher and author of BRING IT ON Jo Reid-Speirs shares the school’s reconciliation journey and tell us about their entry to Sing Loud!. Bray Park State School is situated in Queensland’s Moreton Bay Region and has a population...
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Changing of CEO: Statement by Reconciliation Australia Co-chairs Dr Tom Calma AO and Melinda Cilento

July 4, 2014
We would like to announce that Ms Leah Armstrong, who has led Reconciliation Australia as Chief Executive Officer since August 2010, has decided to move on for family reasons and will finish up at the end of the year following the recruitment of her successor. On behalf of the Board and staff of Reconciliation Australia we would like to...
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