2022 State Election Platform Policy Summary

A reconciled South Australia would provide a testament to both the maturity of a society and our commitment to institutional and systemic bravery to embrace the change needed to build a community that is fair and just for all that live, work and play within it.    For a PDF version of the 2022 Policy Platform Details click here.For a … Read More

Hear from the Sponsors and Supporters

With the cancellation of the in-person Apology event that Reconciliation SA would normally host, the sponsors and supporters of the event were left in limbo as some tough decisions had to be made. However, the sponsors and supporters were gracious enough to put their support behind the commemorative film that premiered on the 13th of February. We asked the sponsors … Read More

Apology to the Stolen Generation Commemorative Film Set Photos 2022

Behind the scene’s photography of Reconciliation SA’s Apology to the Stolen Generation Commemorative Film, taken by Isobella Caruso.

PREMIERE: Apology to the Stolen Generation Commemorative Film

Reconciliation SA is pleased to present the National Apology to the Stolen Generation Commemorative Film, released on the 14th anniversary of the 2008 National Apology. On such a significant day in Australia’s history, we hope you will take the time to watch this, reflect on it, discuss it and share with others. This commemoration was filmed on Kaurna Country.Film Director: … Read More

National Apology to the Stolen Generation Commemorative Film

About the Film In response to the recent decision to postpone the face-to-face Apology Breakfast at the Adelaide Convention Centre due to COVID-19, Reconciliation SA is delivering a short film to commemorate the National Apology given to the Stolen Generation in 2008 in an effort to reach regional and national audiences as well as local. This film incorporates musical performances … Read More

Breaking records in reconciliation

From a record social media followers and record number of members to the highest number of staff ever. However, what is most pleasing, is a record forty-three new Reconciliation Action Plans (RAPs) published on the Reconciliation Australia’s Narrawanaggawali Reconciliation in Education Program in the final month of 2021. According to Reconciliation SA’s Education Project Officer, most months there are an … Read More

Tennis SA on the way to reconciliation

With the new year leading into the Australian Open, it’s time to look back at Tennis SA’s efforts in helping create a reconciled state. To start a Reconciliation Action Plan journey, Tennis SA started with a Reflect RAP. This stage provides the framework for scoping an organisation for an organisation’s capacity for reconciliation. It means realising the opportunities the organisation … Read More

Caring and Sharing blossoms in new Adelaide Hills Florist

Former Reconciliation SA Board Member and Peramangk and Ngarrindjeri Elder Mandy Brown has led a busy life. Always working, always creating, and always healing. Mandy is a survivor of the Stolen Generations like her grandmother, and her mother before her, and now has three adult children of her own, ten grandchildren, and one great-grandchild who she looks after full-time. While … Read More

April Lawrie: The Voice of Change

In her current role as Commissioner for Aboriginal Children and Young People, April Lawrie is calling for the children she advocates for, to be given a voice. April is a proud Mirning and Kokatha woman. It’s always been this way. In a sense, the voice that April is trying to afford others is the same one given to April as … Read More

Reconciliation SA AGM Photos