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

Narragunnawali Awards 2019

Reconciliation Australia is proud to launch the Narragunnawali Awards 2019 to recognise exceptional commitment to reconciliation in education across the country. Held biennially, the Narragunnawali Awards represent Australia’s first national awards program for reconciliation in schools and early learning services. The Awards have been designed to recognise and celebrate educational environments – across the Government, Catholic and Independent sectors – that have … Read More

“Different Way” – NRW Breakfast

A very special moment from our National Reconciliation Week Breakfast last week – an original song written and performed by Barkindji woman, Caitlyn Davies-Plummer and Brighton Secondary School Student, Alex Witty.

Waiting List – NRW Breakfast

Tickets for Reconciliation SA’s NRW Launch Breakfast, ““Walking Together – Learning, Sharing and Growing on Kokoda”, have almost sold out!

June Oscar AO – 10th Anniversary of the Apology

On Monday 12th February, the eve of the 10th Anniversary of the Apology to the Stolen Generations, June Oscar AO, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Social Justice Commissioner delivered a keynote address to 1200 people.

SOLD OUT! Apology Breakfast

Tickets for Reconciliation SA’s Apology Breakfast, “The Apology, Truth-Telling and Human Rights”,have sold out! The interest and enthusiasm for the breakfast is always high, and the 10th Anniversary is no exception.

Generation of Change – Community Deliveries

Once again, Reconciliation SA is taking aim at racism within the community with its interactive ‘Generation of Change’ program. In 2017, the ‘Generation of Change’ program was nominated for the Australian Human Rights Commission’s “Racism. It Stops with me” Award.