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2021 State of Reconciliation Report
State of Reconciliation in Australia
The State of Reconciliation in Australia Report tracks our progress against the five dimensions of reconciliation and defines some practical actions that need to be taken if we are to continue to progress reconciliation.
State of Reconciliation in Australia Report 2021
Voice to Parliament
Support a First Nations Voice to Parliament
A First nations Voice to Parliament protected by the Constitution is a key element of the Uluru Statement from the Heart.
Find out why we need a Voice, what's happened so far, and what you can do to take action.
Uluru Statement from the Heart with text, signatures and artwork
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Reconciliation is about strengthening relationships between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and non-Indigenous peoples, for the benefit of all Australians.

Building Reconciliation

Reconciliation is based and measured on five dimensions: historical acceptance; race relations; equality and equity; institutional integrity and unity.

Reconciliation Research

Our research, advocacy, and policy and campaign support underpin knowledge and understanding of, and action on reconciliation.

Get Involved

Connect with state and territory-based reconciliation networks and see some of the campaigns we support.

Learn and understand the differences between these protocols

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ACT Ranger shows a spear to an attendee at Canberra's Reconciliation Day event.
Get involved
Reconciliation is everyone's business. It can be fostered in our homes, communities, schools, and workplaces. There are many different ways to contribute and start your reconciliation journey. Find out about how you can get involved.
Our history
Reconciliation Action Plans
20 Years of Reconciliation Australia
While officially established in 2001, the road that lead to Reconciliation Australia’s inception started much earlier—with Australia’s first formal process of reconciliation in 1991. Learn more about Reconciliation Australia's predecessor, the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation, and the movement that lead to where we are today.

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Acknowledgement of Country

Reconciliation Australia acknowledges Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing  connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders past and present. 

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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