Congratulations to Dr Lowitja O’Donoghue AC CBE DSG

Everyone from Reconciliation SA would love to extend a heartfelt congratulations to our patron, DOCTOR Lowitja O’Donoghue AC CBE DSG.   The University of Adelaide will this week award an honorary doctorate to one of Australia’s most highly respected Aboriginal leaders, Dr Lowitja O’Donoghue AC CBE DSG.   The award recognises Dr O’Donoghue’s “lifetime contribution to the advancement of Aboriginal … Read More

Interview: Reconciliation SA Board Member Anthony Rologas

Born and raised in Anēwan country (Armidale NSW), Anthony Rologas has lived and worked in Adelaide since 2005, working in a number of different roles in the international and Australian community development sectors. His current role is Chief Operating Officer with Ninti One Limited, a not-for-profit Aboriginal company whose purpose is to build opportunities with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander … Read More

Shaun Childs: Looking to the future!

On July 26th Shaun Childs joined the Reconciliation SA Anti-Racism Program Officer, shortly after he was thrown into the deep end of program delivery.   A part of Shaun’s role is to deliver the nationally recognised anti-racism program in conjunction with Act Now Theatre, Generation of Change, and two weeks after starting, Shaun’s was in action.   Shaun’s first workshop was delivered at Blackwood High School … Read More

Representation. Why does it matter?

In early 2020 a study was released that essentially proved the existence of unconscious bias against First Nations people from Australia in seventy-five per cent of people. The study was conducted by academics from the Australian National University. The data measured was taken over a ten-year period from over eleven thousand subjects. The study’s finding was that “implicit or unconscious … Read More