Reconciliation Education Grants are back!

The grants program intends to enable education settings across South Australia to implement deliverables from the Narragunnawali Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) with a focus on connecting with First Nations community, and creating long term sustainable and transformative change. Find the INFORMATION SHEET HERE. Find the APPLICATION FORM HERE. Eligibility To be eligible for this funding you must be a South … Read More

NRW Breakfast FAQs

When is the event being held?  The National Reconciliation Week Breakfast Commemorating National Sorry Day will be held on Friday 26 May 2023 7am – 9am at the Adelaide Convention Centre.    When are tickets going on sale? Tickets will go on sale to the general public at 10am Thursday 30 March 2023 via Humanitix   How can I guarantee a table/seat at … Read More

Co-Chair Jeremy Johncock Interviewed on ABC Radio

Listen Here. Reconciliation SA co-chair Jeremy Johncock was recently interviewed on ABD Eyre peninsula radio. Jeremy Johncock is a proud Wirangu and Mirning man from the Far West Coast of South Australia and has lived on Kaurna Country for the past 22 years. He is currently the Adelaide Football Clubs Aboriginal Program Manager where he considers himself very fortunate to … Read More

Reconciliation Week 2023 is Approaching

With Reconciliation Week 2023 fast approaching it’s a great time to start keeping a keen eye on our social media and our newsletters as we begin to release information about our own events, including the Reconciliation Week Breakfast, as well as events held by other Reconciliation groups. If you are connected to us through these avenues, expect to see announcements … Read More

National Apology Day Film Premiere: Truth-Telling: Apology Day 2023

To commemorate the National Apology on 13 February 2008, Reconciliation SA will be releasing a 2023 Apology Commemoration Video. This will be released in lieu of the Breakfast, following the success of the 2022 Apology Commemoration Video, which was able to be viewed online for free across Australia in the metro, regional, and remote areas. The documentary will be released … Read More

8 Questions with country music singer Scott Rathman JNR

Scott Rathman is a proud Arrente man living on Kaurna country in Adelaide. A long-time musician, Scott recently ran a go-fund me campaign to help him live his dream to play at the Tamworth country Music Festival. The trip was a great success, with Scott coming in third place in the Best of the Buskers Competition. Hear from Scott below: … Read More

2022 Annual General Meeting Photos

the 2022 AGM was held on Thursday 24 November and marked a significant moment as we farewelled First Nation Co-Chair, Professor Peter Buckskin PSM, FACE who led Reconciliation SA for much of its 20-year history. We also farewelled former board members Odette Pearson and Rachael Siddall who were not only members of the Board but contributed much to the Finance, … Read More

Welcome to Nicole Clinch and Jane Crosby

As the 2022 Annual General Meeting approached, the voting for the Board Nominee’s opened. On AGM night, the new Board Directors were announced, and they were Badimia/Yamatji woman Nicole Clinch and, Jane Crosby. The Reconciliation SA team would like to offer warm welcome to both Nicole and Jane. Learn more about both of these new additions below: Nicole Clinch is … Read More