Replay Reconciliation on YouTube

During the past 18 months it would have been easy to take a breather from the Reconciliation space, with COVID causing disruption across every industry, lockdowns causing disruption in every life; no matter how significant. However, Reconciliation is a concept that requires a 365-day a year effort, and a vested interest. As such Reconciliation South Australia kept on working, and … Read More

Generation of Change in 2020

During November and December Reconciliation SA ran our nationally recognised program Generation of Change, supporting students and teachers in years 7-12 to explore their own abilities to respond to racism. Incorporating ActNow’s interactive Forum Theatre performance Responding to Racism, participants were supported to conceptualise and identify various forms of racism, encouraging them to develop appropriate response strategies. The silver lining … Read More

20/21 State Government Budget Summary

On Tuesday 10 November, the State Government released the 2020/21 State Budget. The Budget included several commitments to support Aboriginal people and communities in South Australia and promote Aboriginal culture.  Key measures included: $3.3 million to support the Aboriginal Community Controlled Sector in South Australia to deliver services and programs to First Nations people under Priority Reform Two of the … Read More

Reconciliation SA Board Nomination Pack

Nominations for election of Reconciliation SA Board Members are now open. Are you passionate about Reconciliation? Are you an energised and strategic thinker? Are you motivated to achieve change? Then think about becoming a Board Member and take a more active leadership role in the state of Reconciliation here in South Australia. Membership of the Board is an opportunity for people to … Read More

Blast Off on the West Coast, Koonibba Makes History again!

Koonibba is now home to Australia’s first rocket launch from a commercial test site – becoming a part of history once more. The first attempt was on Tuesday 15 September 2020, but it was a misfire. Leaving a myriad of travelers and tourists keen to witness the historic moment disappointed. Four days later, however, another attempt was made, and this … Read More

Josh to Spearhead Inclusivity in the Hills

Josh Spier is the Adelaide Hills Council’s new Community and Social Planning Officer. Josh explains his new role as “ensuring our district is accessible and inclusive for all people, a key step in strengthening community wellbeing.” Josh grew up in Bridgewater, in the Adelaide hills. “Even when I moved to a high school in the CBD, I still spent every … Read More