Take a look at our NRW resources by clicking the images below to find out more about National Reconciliation Week, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander issues and Constitutional recognition. Here you will find many ideas of how you, your school or workplace can support reconciliation.
To celebrate National Reconciliation Week download the 2013 NRW Poster and display it at your school or workplace. To order free copies of the 2013 NRW Poster, please email the total number of posters required and mailing address to email@example.com
Download: NRW Poster 2013 (PDF, 4085Kb)
Reconciliation Australia is pleased to announce the relaunch of the Share our Pride website. The new interactive, multimedia site is a great cultural awarness and education resource where people can learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories, cultures and contributions.
While Share our Pride captures the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures throughout Australia it has been designed to be an introductory learning tool. Visit the Share Our Pride website at www.shareourpride.org.au
Holding an event for National Reconciliation Week? Then download this event template, designed especially for NRW, enter your details then simply print out. You can use it as an invitiation or display it in your school, office or community venue to promote your event for NRW.
Find answers to frequently asked questions about National Reconciliation Week and why it’s important
Download: National Reconciliation Week fact sheet (PDF, 624Kb)
This fact sheet examines the concept of recognition in the context of reconciliation.
Download: Let's Talk Recognition fact sheet (PDF 587Kb)
This timeline outlines important dates and events in the history of reconciliation between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and other Australians.
Download: Reconciliation timeline (PDF, 1,488Kb)
The referendum that saw more than 90 per cent of Australians vote to give the Australian Government power to make laws for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and recognise them in the census. Here you can read about the history and significance of the 1967 referendum.
Download: The 1967 referendum fact sheet (PDF, 662Kb)
The Australian High Court delivered the Mabo decision, which recognised that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have a special relationship with the land. This paved the way for land rights known as native title. Find out more information about the historical significance of the Mabo decision and information on Native Title in the Mabo decision fact sheet.
Download: Mabo decision fact sheet (PDF, 655Kb)
This fact sheet gives insight into the Constitution and what’s next in recognising Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in our founding document.
Download: Constitutional recognition fact sheet (PDF, 625Kb)
Here you will find activity ideas for National Reconciliation Week. The list includes basic ideas and further reading for use in schools, organisations and workplaces.
Download: Activities for National Reconciliation Week (PDF, 695Kb)
Here's some books and films you might like to catch up during National Reconciliation Week. And don't forget to let us know if you have something to add to the list!
Download: NRW further reading and resources (PDF, 301Kb)
Reconciliation Australia is encouraging all Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) partners to get involved in National Reconciliation Week by hosting an activity or attending local community events. It's a great way to promote your RAP within your organisation or to your other partners and customers. This NRW activity guide, produced specifically for the RAP community, includes ideas of ways to celebrate National Reconciliation Week in your workplace.
Download: Activity Guide for RAP Partners (PDF, 331Kb)
This NRW Guide for Churches provides useful information and ideas on how to get involved in the national reconciliation movement during the Week of Prayer for Reconciliation.
Download: Guide to NRW for Churches