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Free professional development event.
Official National Reconciliation Week Launch. Free event at the Cairns Esplanade.
Napranum men's group and invited guests will camp for two days at Bouchat Landing - (traditional grounds) on 30th and 31st May 2013 to discuss a broad range of issues affecting Indigenous men from the region - it is hoped to highlight issues (health, employment, justice, education, culture and leadership for youth) into actions and seek positive outcomes for building a strong future for all.
Reconciliaton Walk to commemorate the Stolen Generations and the commencement of National Reconciliation Week 2013. Participants are asked to wear either a black or white shirt, this is to show your commitment to the progression of Reconciliation.
National Sorry Day will be celebrated in Murray Bridge from 9am on Sunday May 26 at Sturt Reserve.
This exhibition showcases several weaving works from local Aboriginal women.
Inter Council Aboriginal Consultative Committee (ICACC) are running a joint event between Kingston & Frankston Councils to celebrate reconciliation week, the event will run activities with local schools and hold a BBQ lunch open to the community, RSVP to Daniel @ 9581 4809 for details.
Innisfail Reconciliation Morning Tea
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