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
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
Lest We Forget: Private Lawrence Murray Lampard
On Thursday 18 November at West Terrace Cemetery, Adelaide, the previously unmarked grave of Ngarrindjeri and Kaurna Vietnam veteran Private Lawrence Murray Lampard was dedicated by Aboriginal Veterans SA and the Lampard family. Lawrie was the younger brother of Aboriginal Veterans SA Co-Chair, Uncle Frank Lampard OAM. Lawrie served as a stretcher bearer attached to 10 Platoon, Delta Company, 6th … Read More
Gleeson College Embark on Reconciliation Journey
Gleeson College students and staff used more than words in National Reconciliation Week in 2021 – they also took action, as this year’s theme strongly encouraged them to do. During NRW 2021, the college held: truth-telling history sessions attended the Reconciliation in the North Morning Tea had interactive displays with First Nation artefacts QR Code reconciliation calls to action in … Read More
Getting around to Reconciliation: O’Sullivan Beach/Lonsdale Football Club
With the AFL and SANFL Seasons just having finished, it’s the perfect time to hear a feel-good story from one of the local South Australian football leagues. This one comes in the form of an interview with Anthony Bernhardt, Aboriginal Outreach Worker with Sonder, and veteran of the O’Sullivan Beach/Lonsdale Football Club. A club that was formed after a merger … Read More
We seek a that values and recognises Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures and heritage as a proud part of a shared identity.
We seek a State where the relationships between all Australians are based on an understanding and acceptance of the wrongs of the past and their impact.
We seek a State where the principles of reconciliation underpin political, business and community structures.
Equality and Equity
We seek a State where First Nation rights are upheld, and all First Nation people can participate and equally experience positive social and economic opportunities.
We seek a State free of racism where relationships between all Australians are respectful of cultures, rights and experiences.