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 magazine August 2012

Reconciliation News August 2012

In this edition we look back on what was arguably our largest National Reconciliation Week ever with more than 600 registered events and hundreds of thousands of people taking part across the nation.
Cover of Reconciliation News magazine December 2011

Reconciliation News December 2011

In this edition we farewell Professor Mick Dodson, who stepped down as the Chair of Reconciliation Australia and Mr Graham Evans from the Board of Directors. We congratulate News Limited, the first Australian print news organisation to develop its own Reconciliation Action Plan.
Cover of Reconciliation News magazine April 2011

Reconciliation News April 2011

Edition 20 of Reconciliation News farewelled Reconciliation Australia Co-Chair and founding Director Mark Leibler after more than a decade in the role and celebrated Dr Tom Calma, recognised by Curtin University with a Doctor of Science.
Cover of Reconciliation News magazine December 2010

Reconciliation News December 2010

In this edition of Reconciliation News we celebrate our 200th registered Reconciliation Action Plan, this milestone comes only four years from the start of our RAP 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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