Garma: one year on

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Garma: one year on

August 1, 2014
Tess McEvoy is a solicitor at DLA Piper Australia. Last year she represented DLA Piper at the Garma Festival through Reconciliation Australia’s annual women’s program. She reflects on her Garma experience and the action it has inspired her to take in the year following her trip. Garma provides a unique combination of education, entertainment and cultural interaction, exchange and immersion. The 2013...
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Stop, think, respect and put a stop to racism

July 29, 2014
Reconciliation Australia congratulates beyondblue on its new national anti-discrimination campaign which is a timely wake-up call for all Australians to think carefully about their behaviour and the impact it has on others around them. Reconciliation Australia Co-Chair Dr Tom Calma AO, the former Race Discrimination Commissioner, said all forms of racism should be condemned. “We know that racism destroys...
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