Reconciliation SA recently attended the 2022 National RAP Conference “Brave Together” in Sydney, where more than 600 delegates attended. Every year Reconciliation Australia brings together people from RAP organisations large and small at the National Reconciliation Action Plan – RAP – Conference, to collaborate, learn and act on reconciliation. The 2022 National RAP Conference Brave Together drew on the National Reconciliation Week … Read More
Three of the Reconciliation SA team attended the 2022 National RAP conference held in Sydney. The Conference is a unique opportunity for RAP members, policymakers, academics, and community leaders to connect and be brave in their commitments to reconciliation. CEO Shona Reid also moderated or spoke on several panels. Check out some of the photos below!
Reconciliation South Australia CEO Shona Reid was a guest into the MIX102.3 studios during Reconciliation Week 2022 on the Ali Clarke Breakfast Show to discuss what the theme ‘Be Brave. Make Change.’ means, the Uluru Statement form the Heart, and what reconciliation an look like in the future. We thank Eddie Bannon and Ali Clarke (seen here with Shona) for … Read More
Unfortunately, due to illness the Deadly Nanna’s are no longer able to perform at Nguyanguya muri wamangka: Reconciliation in the Park. We are proud to say that the deadly Glenn Skuthorpe has joined the lineup to help ensure a jam-packed afternoon/evening of activities, music and fun. With six highly regarded albums and his seventh on the way, including music featured … Read More
For this years National Reconciliation Week Breakfast we’ve managed to assemble an amazing array of guests. Take a look!Luke CarrollMCLuke is a seasoned theatre, film and television performer. He has worked with and continues to work with this countries most prestigious theatre companies. Luke has a strong track record on screen; he was a nominee for the 2012 AACTA Awards … Read More
In 2022 the theme for Reconciliation Week is ‘Be Brave. Make Change.” With the round of events that Reconciliation SA is holding this year, that’s exactly what we are being. None more so that our first outdoor community concert, which features an incredible ine-up of artists, kids activities and First Nations owned businesses trading as food vendors and stall holders … Read More
WOMADelaide is an annual four-day festival of Music, Arts and Dance, which was first held in 1992 in Botanic Park, Adelaide, South Australia. One of many WOMAD festivals held around the world, it is a four-day event that presents a multicultural selection of music from artists around the world, as well as side events such as discussions and talks. In 2022 The weekend featured a … Read More