Lets Talk... National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Children Day.

4 August 2015 is National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Children’s Day.
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Sing Loud! winners announced!

Congratulations to the Sing Loud! winners and everyone that got involved.
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Lets Talk...Sacred Ground - Names and Places

What's in a name? Across the world, the names we give a place can represent history, culture and identity.
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RAPs are making a difference

Our latest RAP Impact Measurement Report highlights the change RAPs are creating
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Supply Nation’s Indigenous Business Direct is a one-stop-shop for anyone looking to buy from an Indigenous business.
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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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The power of community and self-determination – A Garma reflection

August 3, 2015
A personal perspective by Ingrid Cummings As I flew over the NT and saw the pristine waters and lands, like I have never seen before, I instantly got excited. This was just the start of my Garma 2014 experience. I have never traveled to such a remote location before, and was so honored to be invited by RA to not...
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Dialogue and engagement set pathway to Constitutional Recognition

July 7, 2015
Reconciliation Australia welcomes the outcomes of the meeting today between the Prime Minister, the Leader of the Opposition and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Leaders. Justin Mohamed, CEO of Reconciliation Australia said the discussions today were positive and respectful, and have set a pathway towards progressing Constitutional Recognition. “We recognise that much work needs to be done to achieve...
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