Reconciliation News

Reconciliation News magazine informs and inspires readers with in-depth stories, opinions and interviews relevant to the reconciliation movement.

Published twice a year, in May and October, the magazine is distributed online and in print. Read over ten years of editions below. 

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Cover of Reconciliation News, October 2019

Reconciliation News October 2019

In this edition of Reconciliation News you’ll find a wealth of interesting reading as well as our regular features such as the reconciliation recap, Look for a Book! and from the CEO.
Cover of Reconciliation News Magazine May 2019.

Reconciliation News May 2019

This edition of Reconciliation News explores the growing calls for a process of truth telling in Australia; a process where, for the first time, all Australians might collectively face and acknowledge the horrifying brutality of modern Australia’s history.
Cover of Reconciliation News Magazine October 2018.

Reconciliation News October 2018

This edition focuses on self determination, and some of the great work being done by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and organisations to advance reconciliation.
Cover of Reconciliation News magazine October 2017

Reconciliation News October 2017

The October 2017 issue of Reconciliation News discusses the journey to constitutional recognition and considers the arguments as to why 26 January is not an appropriate date to celebrate.
Cover of Reconciliation News Magazine May 2017.

Reconciliation News May 2017

This edition focusses on National Reconciliation Week 2017 (NRW), as well as our Narragunnawali: Reconciliation in Schools and Early Learning program, and shares data from the recently measured Reconciliation Action Plan program.

Acknowledgement of Country

Reconciliation Australia acknowledges and pays respect to the past, present and future Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation and the continuation of cultural, spiritual and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples should be aware that this website contains images or names of people who have passed away.

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