Reconciling the Nation: 2016 Federal Election Statement

Advancing reconciliation calls for change in approach, says Reconciliation Australia
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The State of Reconciliation in Australia report

The Report reveals that while the nation has developed a strong foundation for reconciliation, significant challenges remain.
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The latest report reveals the huge impact the RAP community is having.
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R U OK?

September 10, 2015
By Professor Tom Calma AO. Professor Tom Calma is the Co-Chair of Reconciliation Australia and believes strongly in the link between reconciliation and the overall health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. Image:“R U OK Griffith” by ruokday is licensed under CC BY 2.0  It is estimated that one Australian attempts suicide every 10 minutes. For every completed suicide, 30 more attempts are made. It...
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Reconciliation Australia welcomes proposed Reconciliation Day for the ACT

July 19, 2016
Reconciliation Australia today welcomes a proposed Reconciliation Day holiday for the ACT from Minister for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Affairs Chris Bourke....
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